Workers Day Celebration: ANLCA Applaud MWUN, Others


The Association of Nigeria Licenced Customs Agents (ANLCA) has joined millions of others in celebrating all  workers today on the occasion of workers day celebration.
In a goodwill message sent by the ANLCA president, Iju Tony Nwabunike and addressed to the President General of Maritime Worker Union of Nigeria Comrade Adewale Adeyanju, it disclosed that without the  workers the nation will not grow.
“Today, we join to celebrate all workers all over the world, particularly you our comrades in the maritime industry.
“We celebrate the Nigerian maritime worker  sincerely,because we owe them more than they are paid and we know that without them a maritime nation, like ours, will never be existing let alone grow.
“We in the Association of Nigeria Licenced Customs Agents (ANLCA) sees the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) and other workers as our formidable partners.
“We remember your efforts not only at protecting workers rights but also at championing the interest of the majority of Nigerians.
“Indeed your acts of selflessness are second to none and has not gone unnoticed as we reminisce on the benefits of your labour to our common good 
“We have on record, the many interventions you have made to suggest ideas and policies redirection for government, in many instances without promoting Industrial disharmony.
“We celebrate your contributions because without you our desires for greater economy, flourishing commerce, improved social life would have remained a mirage.
“ANLCA’s partnership with you and the entire labour movements in the maritime industry will remain evergreen putting the interest of majority first and being truthful, fair and dedicated
“Indeed, you are a vital human element to our national economic life . There is dignity in what you are doing for us, we know it even though we don’t say it out everyday. 
“You are our strength, you are our workforce, you are our persons on the frontline’s of keeping the ports working even in the face of Covid19 pandemic that has affected everywhere, including the maritime world”


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