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Akanni McDowall has survived a no-confidence motion to remain President of the National Union Public Workers.
At a packed meeting at the union’s Dalkeith headquarters, 168 voters stood behind McDowall, 45 voted against him and seven abstained.
Thanks God I was praying n the lord answer it! U is the only
President That doing something for us the former President
Was a Big D! N fraudcaused he n Derrick used to drink
Together in the same Nupw! The Dem in want to give the
Public workers a raise a paid! Derek Alleyne should be
Shame, he laid off is own worker that used to looked
Up to him went he was at the union!
Went his contract out I hope he doesn’t feel he could
Walk back into the Nupw! that is 1 time I will be leaving
The union. Thanks god I don’t have to go caused
Mr. President u Safe! Backing you 100% don’t mind
The Hater keep focus n press on 4 the paid increased
Luv u! I’m going to stand in Soldarity with U
All iis well that ends well. god certainly does not like ugly. Congratulations Mr. McDowall!
what a silly name .
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