The General Secretary, National Union of Textile and Garment Workers (NUTGW), Comrade Issa Aremu and other Labour leaders yesterday engaged in jogging exercise to celebrate the centenary anniversary of late Africa legend, Nelson Mandela.
The 66 minutes jogging and mini sports exercise tagged “Keeping fit for a better Kwara in honour of late former South Africa President. The exercise was held at the Main Bowl of the Kwara State Stadium Complex, Ilorin.
Comrade Aremu who used the occasion to passionately appealed to various labour leaders in the Country to genuinely emulate the good leadership quality, love and passion of late Mandele in the spirit of Comradeship, asking them to redouble their effort to revamp the nation’s governance .
The event also featured sensitisation on the need to improve and sustain the HIV awareness campaign to further eradicate the scourge.
A renowned labour activist maintained that the latest statistics showed that HIV/Aids is still within the society especially among youths, hence the need to intensify effort on sensitization, media awareness by groups and individuals, adding there was no cure yet for the disease.
Aremu who eulogised the late African Leader, Pointed out that Nelson Mandela’s Legacy of uniting Africa through selfless Service to humanity and mankind must be sustained to serve as reference for future generations.