Atiku Accuses Current Government of Trampling Workers' Rights

Atiku Accuses Current Government of Trampling Workers’ Rights. Atiku Abubakar, the former vice president and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 election, conveyed his sympathy to Nigerian workers on International Workers Day.

In his message, Atiku expressed concern over what he perceives as a significant erosion of workers’ rights under the administration of President Bola Tinubu.

According to Atiku, no previous administration has undermined workers’ rights to the extent witnessed under President Tinubu’s government.

Atiku Abubakar’s message on Workers’ Day underscores the ongoing challenges faced by Nigerian workers, despite promises of wage increment and other reforms by the government.

He criticizes the government’s handling of the fuel subsidy removal, highlighting the confusion and frustration it has caused among citizens.

Atiku also condemns the unilateral decision to remove the subsidy without consulting worker representatives, suggesting a lack of consideration for their welfare.

He further criticizes the government’s failure to address corruption and inefficiencies in the system, which he believes perpetuates the hardships faced by Nigerian workers.

Atiku acknowledges the historical role of Nigerian workers in advocating for change and emphasizes the current administration’s disregard for workers’ rights and well-being.

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Atiku expresses sympathy for Nigerian workers and calls for their concerns to be prioritized by the government.

He hopes that this year’s theme of ‘Ensuring Safety and Health at Work in a Changing Climate’ will inspire the government to address the challenges faced by workers and improve their welfare.

In conclusion, Atiku acknowledges the resilience of Nigerian workers and calls for greater attention to their needs and concerns, urging the government to take decisive action to improve their living conditions and ensure their rights are protected.

In conclusion, Atiku expressed solidarity with Nigerian workers and called on the government to take decisive action to improve their welfare and address the issues affecting them.

He urged the government to prioritize the well-being of workers and ensure that their concerns are addressed effectively.