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CISLAC Appreciates Nigerian Workers On International Workers’ Day

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Apr 30, 2024

On the occasion of International Workers’ Day, the Executive Director of the Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), Auwal Ibrahim Musa Rafsanjani, has praised the invaluable contributions of Nigerian workers to the nation’s advancement.

CISLAC, Nigeria’s chapter of Transparency International, extends heartfelt appreciation to the Nigerian workforce, acknowledging their pivotal role in driving the country’s socio-economic progress. Rafsanjani reaffirms CISLAC’s unwavering commitment to advocating for the rights and welfare of Nigerian workers.

In light of the current economic challenges facing Nigerian workers, CISLAC acknowledges the struggle to secure a living wage amidst rising living costs. Despite these obstacles, Nigerian workers exhibit resilience and dedication, ensuring the nation’s continuous development across various sectors.

Recognizing the indispensable role of Nigerian workers in national development, CISLAC pledges to champion their rights. The organization advocates for equitable treatment, adherence to safety regulations, and the implementation of robust social security measures to protect vulnerable workers.

CISLAC stands in solidarity with the Nigerian labor movement, supporting their quest for a fair wage and improved working conditions. The organization emphasizes the need for policy reforms to create an enabling environment for Nigerian workers, including comprehensive social protection strategies, strengthened enforcement of labor laws, and investments in skills development programs.

Mr. Rafsanjani emphasizes CISLAC’s commitment to advocating for Nigerian workers through impactful research, strategic advocacy campaigns, and legal representation for vulnerable workers seeking justice.

In conclusion, CISLAC calls on the Nigerian government, civil society organizations, the private sector, and the labor movement to collaborate in empowering Nigerian workers and ensuring their fair treatment and adequate compensation. Together, they can build a future where decent work and equitable treatment are the norm for all Nigerians.

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