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Eld-el-Fitri: Ondo ASCSN Chairman, Com. Samuel Musa Greets Muslims, hails Aiyedatiwa’s Workers-friendly packages

The Chairman of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN), Ondo State Chapter, Comrade Musa Samuel, has congratulated Muslims especially senior workers in Ondo State on the successful completion of the 2024 Ramadan fast and celebration of this year’s Eld-el-Fitri.

In a Sallah message, Comrade Musa stresses the need for Muslim faithful to sustain the lessons learnt during the ramadan fast in their every day dealing after the all important religious obligation.

The ASCSN called on Muslims and workers to continue to pray for peaceful coexistence in all parts of the country in order to experience rapid growth in the country.

“No doubt the country is passing through many challenges particularly economic hardship and insecurity, but we believe that with continuous fervent prayers, Almighty Allah shall help our leaders to overcome same soon.

While acknowledging that the religion of Islam is a religion of peace and love of Allah and fellow human beings Comrade Musa enjoined Muslims to continue in all the pious and righteous ways associated with Ramadan.

The Chairman used the occasion of Sallah celebration to commend Governor Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa for his administration’s various giant strides especially payment of Wage Award for workers, appointment of new permanent secretaries on merit, prompt promotion exercise and payment of salary arrears.

The labour leader appealed to the Governor to sustain his welfare packages for workers without distraction, and prayed Lord to grant Hon. Aiyedatiwa’s heart desires to enable do more for the state workforce.

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