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Governor Adeleke Cancels Independence Day Celebrations, Directs Statewide Prayer for Nigeria - We’ll support and empower women in the mining sector- Governor Adeleke. - Osun Govt Clarifies Infrastructure Agenda, Says Funding Plan is Sustainable - Eid-el-Maulud: Governor Adeleke Tasks Muslims on Togetherness and Faith - Governor Adeleke Decry Dwindling Number Of Experts In The Medical Field, Described Them As Life Savers - Empower Subnational Governments to Deliver Climate Goals, Governor Adeleke Urges World Community - Governor Adeleke Extols YEMKEM at 60. - Governor Adeleke Greets Orangun of Oke Ila, Oba (Dr.) Adedokun Abolarin, on his Birthday - OSUN STATE SEEKS TETFUND SUPPORT FOR TERTIARY INSTITUTION - Gov Adeleke is set to resuscitate education sector in Osun…TESCOM Chairman - Osun Pensioners: Governor Adeleke is Committed to Payment of Pensions, Entitlements - Adeleke: Development Will Be Restored in Kogi State By Dino Melaye - Re: Absymal Nelglect of Judges Welfare in Osun - Your Government is Delivering on Good Governance, Governor Adeleke Tells Traditional Rulers - We’re Open To Development Partners For The Progress of Our State – Governor Adeleke - Governor Adeleke Preaches Fear of Allah as Muslim Students Society Hails Him For His Support - Governor Adeleke Declares Curfew in Orolu & Irepodun LGs - Averted Plane Crash: Aircraft Engines May Have Been Tampered with – Governor Adeleke’s Aide. - Gov Adeleke’s Imole free medical, surgical outreach is second to non – UNIOSUN CMD - Governor Adeleke greets Hon. Atidade on his birthday
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Healthcare: Labour Tasks Employers In Osun

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Organised labour in Osun  on Wednesday urged  employers   to give workers opportunity to access quality health care.
Alhaji Saka Adesiyan, the  Chairman of  the NLC,  and his Trade Union Congress counterpart, Mr Oladele Adetunji, said this in Osogbo.
The duo made the call during a “ walk-to-live exercise’’ organised for workers in the state as part of the activities to mark the 2014 Workers’ Day.
The labour leaders expressed the belief that healthcare delivery and physical exercise would make the workers healthy and enhance their productivity.
Adesiyan, in particular,  urged workers to pay adequate attention to their health, adding that only a healthy worker could be productive.
Adetunji, on his part, advised workers to always engage in physical exercise to keep themselves fit and healthy.
The TUC chairman maintained that it was only healthy workers that could live to work on a daily basis.
Some workers,  who spoke with the News Agency of  Nigeria (NAN),  expressed  satisfaction with the exercise.
(NAN)

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