Better Days Ahead, Adeleke Tells Osun Workers


Senator Isiaka Adeleke has called on the industrious and hardworking workers of Osun State, either in the civil service or other organized sectors of the economy, that in no distance in future, they would have cause to put permanent smile on their faces, as efforts are on-going by different arms of government in Osun State to ameliorate the present temporary hardship confronting them.
Senator Adeleke stated this in his May Day message, contained in a press release issued by his media adviser, Olumide Lawal. He contended that civil servants are integral parts of the economy, whose interest should be jealously guarded at all times, as their socio-economic contributions to the overall development of the society cannot be wished away with a wave of the hand.
The Asiwaju of Edeland was of the opinion that Osun State workers have contributed a big deal since the inception of the state, to make it many steps ahead of others. A situation he said, that had won for the state many accolades at different fora.
Osun workers, Adeleke added, are dedicated, thorough, resilient and patriotic in the discharge of their duties, as he was able to lay a solid civil service structure since his days as the first executive governor of the state.
He enjoined Osun workers to continue to show cooperation and understanding with the government of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, who he said, was working round the clock, to ensure that the present situation of unsteady remuneration for the workers becomes a thing of the past, as according to Senator Adeleke, a labourer deserves his pay before his sweat dries up.