Sallah: Radda approves “Sallah Basket” of Fourty-Five thousand Naira for Workers

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Katsina State Governor, Malam Dikko Radda on Saturday approved what he called a Sallah basket of forty-five thousand naira (₦45,000) for all workers in the state and the Local government civil service.

A statement from the state Ministry of Information and Culture said the gesture was a token of his  appreciation for the workers’ dedication and hard work in serving the state. 

The statement explained that the Sallah basket was aimed at supporting workers during the festive season and to acknowledge their contributions to the state’s development.

In the statement, Radda expressed his appreciation for the workers’ tireless efforts and commitment to the state’s growth. 

The Governor also reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to prioritizing workers’ welfare and improving their working conditions.

The Sallah basket will be disbursed to all workers in the state and Local government’s civil service.

The statement explained “accordingly out of the fourty-five thousand Naira approved,  fifteen thousand Naira is free gift to the worker, while thirty thousand Naira is a soft loan to the workers, to be paid in monthly installment of three months, beginning from July to September this year.”

Governor Dikko said “As  we are about to celebrate the auspicious occasion of Sallah, I am delighted to announce a special gesture of appreciation for our hardworking workers. Your dedication and commitment to our great state have not gone unnoticed.

 “In addition to this Sallah gift, we are committed to continuously improving your welfare and working conditions. We will continue to prioritize your needs and ensure that you receive the support you deserve.”

The Governor wished Katsina residents  a happy and prosperous Sallah in advance. 

He also declared “I here by extend my warmest wishes to you all on this joyous occasion. May this Sallah celebration bring happiness, peace, and prosperity to you and your loved ones. May Allah bless our state.”

The state  Commissioner of Information and Culture, Bala Zango signed the statement.

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