Bago Loses Special Adviser On Labour Matters

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Niger State governor Mohammed Umaru Bago has expressed sadness over the death of Comrade Mohammed Adam Erena, the former secretary to the state government (SSG) and his special adviser on labour matters.
The governor, in a condolence message through his chief press secretary, Bologi Ibrahim, described the death of Comrade Erena as a great loss to the entire state.
He described the deceased as a dedicated public servant and a true asset to the state saying that his unwavering commitment to service and his tireless efforts in advancing the development of Niger State will always be remembered.
While praying to Allah to grant the deceased entry to Aljannah Firdausi, he urged the family members of the deceased to accept the loss in good faith as the decision of Allah can never be questioned.
The late Erena was the SSG of Niger State during the administration of the late former governor Abdulkadir Abdullahi Kure between 2002 and 2007.
He also served the Medical and Health Workers Union of Nigeria at the national and state levels, national vice president of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) under Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and two-term chairman of the Niger State Council of NLC.
The deceased was the chairman of the 19 Northern States NLC, former permanent commissioner, Niger State Civil Service Commission and a one-time principal, School of Health Technology.
Until his death, he was the special adviser to the former governor on labour matters.
His burial has been conducted with the deputy governor, Comrade Yakubu Garba, the secretary to the state government (SSG) Abubakar Usman and many key government officials as well as other sympathisers in attendance.


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