Ebonyi NULGE Gets Young Workers Representatives
By Joy Okeke
The national leadership of the Young Workers Representatives, an arm of the Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) led by Comrade Jamilia Yusuf has been inaugurated its Ebonyi State chapter.
The leader accompanied on the journey by Comrade Jamilu Mustapha and Comrade Sylvester Ifeodora inaugurated the Ebonyi State Chapter in high hopes and called on its members to be hard working to justify the expected N30,000 minimum wage.
Speaking at the event, the Ebonyi State NULGE President who also doubles as the state NLC chairman, Comrade Leonard Nkah welcomed the National Leadership of the body to the state and also used the opportunity to point out to Ebonyi workers his efforts so far in making things better for them.
He extolled the good harmonious labor-friendly working relationship with the leadership of state and enjoined workers to be steadfast and put in their best.
In her address, the National Chairperson of the Young Workers Committee, Comrade Jamilia Yusuf said the body was a creation of the National President of NULGE, Comrade Ibrahim Khaleel, aimed at giving the youths at the national, states and the local government’s voice and sense of belonging through defined functions and unfettered recognition.
High points of the event were the swearing-in of a 7-member State Executives of the Young Workers Committee.
Comrade Christopher Okeh (Admore) emerged the state Chairman, Comrade Chris Obinna Ani, the deputy chairman; Comrade Abraham Florence as the acting Secretary, Comrades Ekuma Okoroagwu, Macduff Enigwe and Joseph Alegu as members.