The Nigerian government is aware of the significant challenges faced by workers in putting food on their tables, and is committed to providing assistance to the people.

As Nigerian workers across the country celebrate this year’s Workers’ Day, Oluwatoyin Kamal Kelani, also known as K Square, the General Secretary of the Articulated Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (AMORAN), Ogun State chapter, has encouraged them to stay strong in the face of increasing hardship. He reminded them that tough times do not last, but tough people do.

During a chat with journalists on Wednesday, he advised workers, particularly motorcycle operators in Ogun state and Nigeria, to be patient with the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Ogun state Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun. He emphasized the importance of patience and understanding during these times.

“Government is quite aware of the herculean task workers in Nigeria pass through before they can put food on their table and are not relenting on their efforts to providing succour to the people. Say for some few economic saboteurs, who are hell bent on undermining the efforts of both the federal and state governments”.

He assured that in no distance time, relief would soon come the way of hardworking Nigerians.


Com. Kamal, who assured motorcycle operators in Ogun state that AMORAN, under the leadership of Otunba Nurudeen Aina, popular as Alowonle is doing everything humanly possible to ease their work and to ensure their safety as well as that of their passengers.

He urged all workers in Ogun state to remain resilient despite the prevailing hardship. He emphasized that after the rain, comes sunshine, while wishing them a memorable Worker’s Day celebration.