International Workers Day, also known as International Labour Day, falls on the first of May every year. Many countries all over the world have a holiday for the working class on May 1. The USA and Canada celebrate Labour Day on the first Monday of September. Some countries celebrate Labour Day on dates that are significant to them. In India, specifically in Maharashtra and Gujarat, the International Labour Day coincides with Maharashtra Day and Gujarat Day, respectively. It is called ‘Kamgar Divas’ in Marathi, ‘Kamgar Din’ in Hindi, ‘Shromik Dibosh’ in Bengali, ‘Karmika Dinotsavam’ in Telugu, ‘Karmikara Dinacharane’ in Kannada, ‘Thozhilaali Dinam’ in Malayalam, and ‘Uzhaipalar dhinam’ in Tamil, A lot of Ghanaian workers have expressed wishes on social media but State News Ghana. cited a simple and brief from t from a noble single handsome banker who work with an a reputable bank in Ghana, His piece is worthy to be published.
FiiFi Osam Arthurs writes:
I am Banker and a proud one , I know the immense contribution of many colleagues and think we must wish ourselves, We must learn to respect the hard work and dedication of immense hard work our labour puts…. Let us come together on the occasion of International Workers’ Day to thank them for their labour and for their dedication…. Warm wishes on May Day to all workers.
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