RATTAWU Elections: Comrade Habibat Garners Support for Current Leadership’s Second Term Bid

From Olawale Agbore, Lokoja

Members of the Radio Television Theatre and Art Workers Union of Nigeria (RATTAWU) across the country have been urged to continue to support the second term ambition of the National President of the Union Comrade Kabir Garba.

Zonal Women Leader North Central (RATTAWU), Comrade Habibat Umar Ibrahim made the call in an interview with Newsmen in Lokoja.

Comrade Habibat Umar said a lot of achievements have been realised during the first tenure of the current National President of the Union and called for support to enable him consolidate on his achievements.

According to her, Comrade Garba has been able to carry everybody along in the Scheme of things emphasising that critical areas such as training of members, digitalization of the operation of the Union, expansion of the National Secretariat as well as promotion of gender equity are part of the achievements”.

Her words “We in RATTAWU personally urged Comrade Doctor Kabir Garba to continue because of the numerous things he had achieved. Presently nobody has come to me to aspire for the position. It shows he is overwhelmingly supported. The National President has  and we had never had it so good. First and foremost, he is able to bring unity among members. He digitalized the operations of RATTAWU, our check up dues are remmitted as at when due. He is humane an humanist personified. He will attend functions of all members without descrimination”.

Comrade Habibat Umar urged members across the country to support the National President to enable him continue his developmental agenda.

Prime Times

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