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MWUN congratulates Sanwo-Olu, promises safer port environment

MWUN congratulates Sanwo-Olu, promises safer port environment

 

The Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has congratulated His Excellency, Babajide Sanwo-Olu on his re-election as the governor of Lagos State.

Recall that Sanwo-Olu emerged as winner in the 18th March, 2023 governorship poll conducted in the state after a keen contest from both candidates of Labour and PDP parties.

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In a congratulatory message obtained by monarchsnews.com, President General of MWUN, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju congratulated the governor for his well deserved victory.

He added that the victory is a clear testimony of love showered on him as the chief Executive of the state by the people of Lagos state

He also promised the commitment of the union to making the seaports safer under a better working environment to all the practitioners.

“The Lagos State election which was keenly contested for left Governor Sanwo-Olu winning the election on a very wide margin; this which gave him an edge over other contestants was a clear testimony of love showered on him as the chief Executive of the state by the people.

“We in the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria wish to felicitate with the amiable Lagos State Governor on his well-deserved victory during the poll in the state. The President-General of the Union, Comrade Adeyanju has promised the Governor of the Union’s commitment towards making the nation seaports safer under a better working environment for all the practitioners.

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“On behalf of my executives, I wish to express our profound readiness to work and synergies with the Governor in all areas of the Maritime Industry towards achieving the best of economic values for the state and the nation at large. On this note, we say congratulation Governor Sanwo-Olu.”

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