Governor Makinde Joins Labour Protest in Oyo, Highlights Widespread Hardship and Anger

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, made a significant statement on Tuesday as he stood in solidarity with labour protesters, shedding light on the dire economic conditions plaguing the nation.

In a poignant address, Governor Makinde underscored the alarming levels of hardship and poverty that have gripped communities, leaving many unable to secure necessities or gainful employment.

He called for unity among all stakeholders to collectively address these pressing challenges, expressing optimism that concerted efforts can bring about positive change. “There is palpable hunger and suffering in our midst,” the governor remarked, urging decisive action.

Governor Makinde emphasized that the pervasive economic downturn extends beyond Oyo State, resonating nationwide. He urged the federal government to step up and implement measures aimed at alleviating the plight of citizens, stressing the urgency of policies geared towards fostering economic growth and creating employment opportunities.

His presence at the labor protest signals a commitment to amplifying the voices of the marginalized and advocating for tangible solutions to alleviate their suffering. Governor Makinde’s call for collaborative action underscores the imperative of unity in addressing the multifaceted challenges confronting society today.

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