NULGE lauds Okorocha over workers’ welfare

Posted by News Express | 4 February 2013 | 4,416 times

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The Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) Imo State branch has applauded the relentless efforts of Gov. Rochas Okorocha’s administration to put smiles on the faces of its members through an improved welfare package.

In a letter of appreciation to the governor through  the Commissioner for Local Government, Chief Jerry Okoli, NULGE expressed “gratitude to government for prompt payment of salaries and leave allowances as well as payment of dress code allowances to local government workers, minimum wage arrears and most recently the payment of 2012 Christmas bonus.”

According to the letter dated January 28, 2013 and signed by Chief A. I. Onuoha and

Sir Oweikonu John, chairman and secretary respectively, “Consequent upon the above payments and other achievements by your administration which has metamorphoses to the relative peace and industrial harmony in the councils, the leadership of our great union (NULGE) has resolved to officially appreciate you with a plague for a job well done.”

NULGE also commended the Commissioner for Local Government for playing fatherly role ensuring that most of the outstanding allowances due to its members across the state were paid by the present administration.

•Photo: Governor Okorocha.

Source: News Express

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