May Day: Grace Ike Hails Journalists’ Sacrifices

 

Comrade Grace Ike, Chairperson of the House of Representatives’ Press Corps, has extended warm felicitations to Nigerian workers as they commemorate May 1st Day today.

 

Comrade Ike who doubles as the Vice Chairman of the NUJ Correspondents chapel FCT In a statement issued in Abuja, Ike expressed profound admiration for the resilience and dedication demonstrated by Nigerian workers, even amidst challenging times.

 

She acknowledged their commitment to their duties and responsibilities, emphasizing their vital role in driving the nation forward.

 

Despite facing numerous obstacles, Ike noted that the Nigerian worker has remained steadfast and diligent in their pursuit of a better tomorrow and therefore expressed optimism that their sacrifices will not go unnoticed.

 

She said their perseverance will ultimately lead to tangible improvements in their lives and the nation as a whole.

 

In particular, Ike extended her solidarity to the workers in their quest for a new living minimum wage, recognizing the importance of fair compensation for their hard work and dedication.

 

According to Ike, who is also the Vice Chairman of the Correspondents Chapel of the NUJ in the Federal Capital Territory, the Nigerian worker deserves nothing less than the best, given their significant contributions to the development of the country.

 

Continuing, Comrade Ike paid special tribute to members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) for their invaluable contributions to society. She applauded their patriotism and commitment to their profession, even in the face of adversity.

 

Ike acknowledged the crucial role played by journalists in information dissemination, the promotion of core values, and the defense of national interests.

 

Ike reaffirmed her support for Nigerian workers and journalists alike, pledging to continue advocating for their rights and welfare, while calling upon all stakeholders to join hands in ensuring that the contributions of workers and journalists are duly recognized and appreciated, both today and in the days to come.

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