Comrade Joseph Tunde Meshach, the State Chairman for the Trade Union Congress (TUC), has commended Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq for deciding to remodel and rebuild the legacy Kwara Hotel to a five-star status.
Meshach made the commendation yesterday, February 7, at a meeting with Governor Abdulrazaq, where the latter briefed different segments of the state on developments in the country, including efforts of the government to ease things for the people.
He also thanked the governor for paying the salaries of Kwara Hotel’s workers as and when due. He lauded him for making the welfare of workers a priority and for the ongoing efforts to relieve the pains of fuel subsidy removal.
He said, “On the issue of Kwara Hotel workers, we thank Your Excellency very much for paying their (workers’) salary as and when due. We also want to congratulate you on the work being done on (Kwara Hotel) in order to give us a more befitting one.”
The fuel subsidy removal by the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu administration has plunged the country into untoward hardship and pains, with many Nigerians lamenting daily.
In relieving Nigerians of the pains that came with the subsidy removal, the Presidency and the state governments have rolled out palliative. At the same time, they also briefed the citizens on the government’s efforts.