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Acting Secretary General SLLC Addresses Drivers Union

Acting Secretary General SLLC Addresses Drivers Union

After attending the court yesterday the President of the Sierra Leone Motor Drivers and General Transport Workers union, Alpha umaru Bah has called on his entire membership to stay calm and work within the ambit of the law in the country.  (Photo: Middle sec gen. labour congress, right president drivers’ union)

Mr. Bah who was addressing his members at the Sierra Leone Labour Congress solidarity hall called on the membership to believe in the Sierra Leone Labour Congress which is their parent body and the Drivers union, and therefore admonished them to maintain peace.

He particularly thanked the Leadership of the Bike Riders union for their support and emphasized that if all unions behave like this, politicians will not penetrate into them.

In his address the Acting secretary of the Sierra Leone Labour Congress, Max Conteh thanked the membership of the Drivers union for their support shown to their president during difficult times, noting that all workers in the world are one.

Mr. Conteh disclosed that Drivers are one of the strongest partners to the congress, adding that with support from the Drivers SLLC was able to succeed to fight the Rebels.

He said Drivers are important workers in any country, saying that the congress will not allow any body or institution to take advantage from Drivers union, adding the congress the UN of unions in Sierra Leone.

Mr. Conteh revealed that Labour Congress is the oldest organization in the country and that they will not allow politicians to divide them, pointing that the membership is not fighting for, Mr. Bah only but the Presidency.

He called on members of Drivers union to be law abiding

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