Workers’ Day: Nigerian Government declares Tuesday public holiday

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The Nigerian Government has declared Tuesday the 1st of May a public holiday to enable Nigerian workers mark the 2018 worker’s day celebration.

The Nigerian Minister of Interior, Lt-Gen Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau (rtd) stated this on his official twitter handle on Sunday night.

The minister had also in a press statement congratulated Nigerian workers on their loyalty, strength of character, hard work, sacrifice and dedication to building a greater country.

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General Dambazau appreciated the central role workers play in government activities and decisions, and for keeping faith with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration in its resolve to build a better Nigeria.

He, however, solicited the continuous support of the workers in government’s effort to re-position the economy and uphold the shared legacy of all Nigerians. The Minister wished all Nigerian workers a successful May Day celebration.

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