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Enugu State chapter of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) has commended workers in the state, recognizing their unwavering dedication in propelling the progress of Enugu.

In an interview with Daily Gazette on Wednesday, the party’s state chairman, Chief Tony Udeani, applauded the invaluable contributions of Enugu’s workforce to the state’s development and emphasized the crucial need to acknowledge and appreciate their tireless efforts.


Udeani urged Governor Peter Mbah of Enugu State to emulate the commendable example set by Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State in implementing a minimum wage policy that ensures fair and just compensation for workers.

The party urged Governor Mbah to prioritize the welfare of Enugu workers and called for the implementation of policies guaranteeing decent wages, improved working conditions, as well as access to essential benefits such as healthcare and education for Enugu’s workforce.

Drawing inspiration from Governor Obaseki’s proactive stance in addressing workers’ needs, the YPP underscored the importance of creating a conducive environment that enables workers to thrive and actively contribute to the state’s growth and development.

As Enugu workers remain pivotal in driving the state’s progress, Udeani reaffirmed the YPP’s support for initiatives aimed at enhancing their welfare and ensuring that their invaluable contributions are duly recognized and rewarded.


The party further urged Governor Mbah to heed the call for a minimum wage policy that accurately reflects the true value of workers’ labor.

Udeani reiterated the YPP’s unwavering commitment to advocating for the rights and interests of workers in Enugu State, pledging to work towards the realization of a fair and equitable society where every worker is treated with dignity and respect.

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