By Roundoffnews

The leadership of the Ekiti State Council of the Nigeria Civil Service Union has called on the entire Christendom to have a spirit of forgiveness as they celebrate the death and resurrection of the lord Jesus Christ at this Easter season.

This is contained in a statement signed by the chairman of the union
Comrade Oladipupo Johnson and the secretary, Comrade Gbenga Olowoyo.

The State leadership further felicitated with all Christians and humanity that have benefitted in the large-heartedness’ of lord Jesus Christ who Sacrificed himself to wash off their sins.

The statement admonishes Christian faithful and most especially workers to always be conscious of their responsibilities as parents and workers by showing good examples in all their dealings.

“On the current coronavirus pandemic ravaging humanity and economy around the world, the Nigeria civil Service Union leadership counseled that we should take to various precautions spelt out such as; regular hand washing, social distancing and relevant health precautions which could prevent us from contacting the COVID 19 scourge which is a life threatening virus.

“Arising from the above, the Ekiti state government is called upon to urgently spare a thought to the Public Servants to enable workers have a fair share in the ongoing COVID19 Palliative to the citizenry across the state.

The union took time to appreciate the proactive steps taken by the state task force on COVID-19 in the state under the leadership of executive Governor of the state Dr John kayode Fayemi.

The efforts of the committee as well as the ;the medical officers, nurses, health workers the Media organizations, Journalists, as well as other relevant stakeholders in an effort to combat this dreadful virus in our society is highly commendable.

To this end, the state leadership of the Nigeria Civil Service Union, assured the entire members of the union and by extension all workers to keep cool, knowing fully well that shortly after coronavirus is extinguished, all outstanding workers welfare shall be revisited by the grace of God.