Obaseki to commission Labour House complex Monday

Governor  Godwin Obaseki of Edo State, will  Monday,  commission a new building to serve as the Secretariat of the Labour Unions in Edo State.

The building is located at Temboga, Ikpoba Hill in Benin City.

In a statement, the state government said members of the public and stakeholders in the Labour movement are invited for the grand-opening of the facility, which is equipped with State-of-the-art conference halls, offices, meeting rooms, among others.

Guests expected at the commissioning include the Minister of State For Labour and Employment,  Nkiruka Onyejeocha, former Governor of Edo State and former NLC President, Senator Adams Oshiomhole and Trace Union Congress, TUC, President, Engr. Festus Osifo.

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According to the statement, the government said, “Governor Obaseki, cordially invites members of the public and stakeholders in the Labour Movement to the grand opening of the Labour House, at Temboga, Ikpoba Hill, Benin City.

“The facility, which will serve as the secretariat for Labour unions in the state, is equipped with state-of-the-art conference halls, offices, meeting rooms, among others.”

The statement added that the event will be held with the theme, “Michael Imoudu’s Legacies as the Pathway for Fostering Harmonious and Productive Industrial Relation,” with the keynote speaker for the event being the President of the NLC,  Joe Ajaero.

“The commissioning of the Labour House secretariat complex newly built by the Governor Obaseki-led administration for members of NLC, and TUC, in the state further demonstrates the commitment of the governor to the welfare and wellbeing of workers in the State,” the government noted.

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