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Blder. (Dr.) Abdulhakeem Odegade Of Akmodel Group Celebrates Workers

Blder. (Dr.) Abdulhakeem Odegade Of Akmodel Group Celebrates Workers

Akmodel Group MD, Blder (Dr.) Abdulhakeem Odegade, in the spirit of the season, celebrates all the workers for their contributions in the Labour world.

He said many industries rely on dedicated workers who put in long hours of physical or mental labour. Nurses and doctors work tirelessly to care for the sick. Farmers toil in the fields to cultivate crops that nourish the world. The employees of the factory work diligently to manufacture our daily use products. The realtors who made sure that their clients get the best out of the real estate world etc

“Therefore on this Labour Day, we honour and appreciate the sacrifices that workers make to earn a living and provide for their families. We celebrate their work, their job, and their commitment to their professions and craftsmanship. Their endless efforts, skills, and hard work create a world we live in. They deserve our respect, and appreciation, not just today, but every day.”

“So Happy Labour Day to our employees, customers, partners and happy new month of May too,” he concluded.

Recall that Akmodel Group consist of Akmodel Homes and Properties, Akmodel Builders Construction, Akmodel Farm investment.

They also have landed properties in Lagos, Uyo, Ibadan, Awka, Abeokuta, Ilorin, Enugu, Ghana etc, Cote d’Ivoire and United kingdom loading.


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