The Caretaker Chairman, Boluwaduro East (Ajoda) LCDA, in Osun State ‘Biodun Fatooki-Oloba, has announced the immediate release of the council’s bus in order to ease transportation problems being faced by workers in the LCDA
Also, the council boss approved a monthly allocation of ₦100,000 to fuel the bus.
Fatooki-Oloba, who was accompanied by members of the Caretaker committee made the announcement when he held a meeting with the members of the Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) in Boluwaduro East (Ajoda) LCDA on Tuesday.
According to him, the gesture was aimed at easing transportation problem while the union bus undergoes repairs noting that the financial support is to ensure that NULGE members can continue their work without disruptions due to fuel scarcity.
While acknowledging the economic challenges facing the country, including the removal of fuel subsidies, Fatooki-Oloba, expressed my deep concern for the welfare of the LCDA’s workers.
During the meeting, the Chairman requested the support of the NULGE members in implementing his “Development Agenda” vision.
He emphasized the crucial role of punctuality and commitment to their work, underlining that these qualities are fundamental to the success of the LCDA’s operations.
He also urged all workers to set aside any political affiliations and join hands in working together for the betterment of the LCDA. This call for unity was intended to ensure a productive and harmonious working environment.
Speaking on behalf of the workers, Boluwaduro East NULGE Chairman, Comrade Ajayi O. Victor, expressed sincere gratitude to the Chairman, his committee members, and the HLA for their unwavering commitment to ensuring the welfare of workers in the LCDA. The NULGE Chairman also pledged full cooperation and coordination with the Chairman and his members.
“This meeting exemplified his dedication to fostering a harmonious working environment, ensuring the welfare of its employees, and prioritizing the development agenda. We anticipate that these collaborative efforts will lead to enhanced productivity and progress in Boluwaduro East LCDA,” he said.