Ondo NLC Chair Celebrates Birthday in Grand Style

By: Jimmysayo Adebiyi

The Chairman of the Ondo State Council of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Victor Amoko, marked a significant milestone as he celebrated his birthday in an extravagant affair, garnering praise and well wishes from esteemed colleagues and union leaders.

Amidst an atmosphere of camaraderie and appreciation, the National President of the National Civil Service Union (NCSU) and National Vice President of the NLC, Comrade Sunday Oluwole Adeleye, extended warm felicitations to Amoko, acknowledging the grace of God upon his life as he entered another year of existence.

The celebration, held at the prestigious NLC Secretariat in Alagbaka Akure, witnessed a gathering of notable leaders from affiliated unions, all united in honoring Amoko’s leadership and indelible contributions to the labor movement.

In his commendation, Adeleye highlighted Amoko’s remarkable achievements during his tenure, urging him to sustain his dedication and continue to champion the welfare of workers in the state.

Amidst the festivities, calls for political neutrality echoed through the halls, with Adeleye urging union leaders to maintain impartiality amidst the prevailing political landscape.

Joined by esteemed colleagues including the JNC Chairman, Comrade Olapade Ademola Adeniji, who hailed Amoko as a beacon of integrity and excellence, the event served as a testament to Amoko’s esteemed reputation within the labor community.

Praising Amoko’s virtues, leaders such as Comrade Olomiye Kehinde of the Nurses and Midwives Union and Comrade Afolabi Olufemi of JUSUN echoed sentiments of admiration and respect for the celebrant’s unwavering commitment to the cause.

The festivities reached a crescendo with High Chief Prince Aanu Ijiti Samuel of Isinkan land extending heartfelt wishes and prayers for Amoko’s continued success and prosperity.

In response, Amoko expressed profound gratitude to the organizers and attendees, emphasizing the importance of virtuous deeds and their enduring impact on one’s legacy.

As the celebration drew to a close, the occasion served as a poignant reminder of the invaluable contributions of leaders like Comrade Victor Amoko to the advancement of workers’ rights and the collective prosperity of the state.

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