Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 1st December 2018

Sahara Reporters Latest News Saturday 1st December 2018

Sahara Reporters Latest News Today and headlines on some of the happenings and news trend in the Country, today 01/12/18

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target=_blank>National Assembly Staff Set For Five-Day Protest Over Unpaid Salary Arrears

The Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) has concluded arrangements to ground activities at the National Assembly between December 4 and 8, 2018.
According to the association, the protest is a result of the failure of the management to address issues bordering on salary arrears and promotions.
This was disclosed at the end of the emergency congress of the association held on Thursday in Abuja.
The association resolved that picketing of the National Assembly will commence between 8am and 2pm daily, to press home their demands and get feedback on the Consolidated Legislative Salary Structure (CONLESS).
A communiqué signed by the Secretary General of the association, Suleiman Haruna, noted that PASAN has issued a two-week ultimatum to NASS to fulfill its demands, or else, they would embark on the strike.
“The President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives should take urgent steps to nominate the would-be members of NASS Service Commission for appointment. That all pending staff promotions and conversion letters be released with arrears due fully paid on or before December 31st, among other requests,” the communiqué read.
Bature Musa, Chairman of the Association, also confirmed the decision of the congress, noting that the picketing would go on as planned, unless the management addresses their demands.
In October, more than 50 legislative aides had welcomed the lawmakers back from their annual recess with a protest at the chambers’ lobby, Bearing placards with various inscriptions, they claimed they had not been paid salaries, Duty Tour Allowances (DTA) and other entitlements.

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target=_blank>PDP Wants To Use IPOB To Disrupt 2019 Elections, Group Alleges

A group, Patriotic Front of Nigeria (PFN), has accused the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Boko Haram commanders of plans to disrupt the 2019 general election.
Rabiu Usman, National Coordinator of the group, also alleged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was working with both the IPOB and the Boko Haram insurgents to create an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty in order to discourage people from exercising their franchise.
He said it is no coincidence that the opposition PDP is always ready with a quick response within minutes of Boko Haram attacks in the country, mostly now that election i around the corner. 
According to Usman, only those who have pre-arranged deals with the terrorists to carry out attacks could respond with such speed, while reactions from the party point towards a group gloating over the killing of Nigerians as opposed to one that identifies with bereaved families.
“It is glaring that what the PDP is doing is nothing but shedding crocodile tears because whatever is happening today in terms of terrorism has the foundation laid in the 16 years that the one-time  ruling party was in power,” Usman said in a statement.
“It is convenient to shift the blame to a party that has been in office for a little over three years but the reality is that PDP owns the responsibility for what is happening in Nigeria.”
Usman further accused the PDP of activating the IPOB to frustrate the 2019 elections stressing that the separatist group’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu, whose whereabouts were previously unknown for over a year, suddenly resurfaced the moment, Peter Obi was announced as Atiku Abubakar’s running mate.
“The original plot was for Nnamdi Kanu to openly drum support for the PDP candidate but this was plan was suspended and ultimately reversed when it became apparent that a growing section of the population felt insulted by Kanu’s betrayal when he was reported to have been killed by security forces only for them to discover that he went into hiding while leaving them with a worthless cause.
“Kanu’s continued insistence that there will be no election if there was no referendum to decide the fate of the defunct Biafra was part of a larger scheme to make people believe he is still the separatist leader they used to know. 
“In fact there was the alternate rendering of the event, which has it that Kanu was working for President Buhari and that was like bonus for the PDP since it was able to shift attention away from itself by having people accuse Kanu of working for Buhari.”

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E2%80%94-and-your-refund-ready target=_blank>Have You Paid Bail Money To The Police In 2018? It’s Illegal — And Your Refund is Ready

The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has said Nigerians who paid to secure bail should contact the Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit (PCRRU) for a refund.
Assistant Commissioner of Police Abayomi Shogunle, who also heads the PCRRU, stated this during an interview on Armed Forces Radio 107.7 FM.
According to Shogunle, the Police has returned N7.5million bail money to Nigerians in 2018.
His words: “As we always say, bail is free. You’re not expected to pay any policeman when you’re taking somebody on bail. But you know, just as we have almost everywhere, we have some bad eggs in the Police that have been misusing their official capacity; we’ve had reports to PCRRU.
“In the course of the first two years of PCRRU — between November 2015 and November 2017 — we were able to recover N11.1million bribe money, which includes bail money that has been collected from members of the public based on reports to us and the money was returned to the various owners.
“10 Police officers that were involved in this were dismissed from the Nigeria Police Force. And as at this year January 2018 till date, we have also been able to return N7.5million collected from members of the public and Police officers have also been sanctioned. Bail is free no matter the offence. If the Police insists on taking money, call the PCRRU; we’re available 24/7.”
He also noted that details of complainants remain confidential.
BAIL IS FREE. @PoliceNG_PCRRU has recovered & returned ₦7.5m bail money to some Nigerians this 2018. Have you paid bail money to police? Call 08057000001-2 or WhatsApp/SMS 08057000003 to get a refund. Nos. also for distress call 24/7.

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target=_blank>Jonathan: I Don’t Control Boko Haram… I Cannot Take Responsibility For Chibok Girls’ Abduction

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said he cannot take responsibility for the abduction of the Chibok schoolgirls because he doesn’t control Boko Haram
More than 100 girls were kidnapped from the Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, in April 2014.
Speaking on the kidnap, which happened during his administration, Jonathan said he could not say whether he was right or wrong on the kidnap, or that he was trying to remove himself from blame.
He stated this in an interview with BBC on Friday.
His words: “Immediately the Chibok schoolgirls issue came up, we expected Nigerians to be concerned. ‘How do we get these girls out?’ Within a couple of days, we saw people going to the US with Bring Back Our Girls placards. How? Why? And of course, Mrs Obama received one of those placards. I cannot take responsibility for that abduction. I don’t control Boko Haram. They are criminals.
“But as a president, of course you know it’s not the president that goes to the fields. You have security and intelligence officers that do the work. Let me admit that yes, maybe they do their best, but their best was not good enough for us to recover the girls. That I cannot say I am right or I am wrong. That does not mean I am trying to remove myself from any blame. Yes I may not be blamed for the action, but I could be blamed that my security and intelligence systems were not strong enough to be able to rescue the girls.
“If I as a politician, will tell the whole world that my political ambition fir any single office is not worth the blood of any Nigerian, how will I be happy that girls have been kidnapped? I’m not that kind of character.”
On his expectations on the 2019 general election, he said: “We’re a bit worried about the neutrality of the relevant agencies of government because with previous elections, I was not in the field. Of course, after every election, people will complain naturally. Those are the areas people are getting worried, but I believe the elections will come and go and those bodies, the INEC, the Police, the Army and the Department of State Security (DSS) will be able to do well.”

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target=_blank>Expelled UNILORIN Student Begs Management For Compassion

A student of the University of Ilorin, Alada Babatunde, has appealed to the management of the institution for “compassionate consideration” after the “regrettable mistake” that led to his expulsion from the school.
The final year student of the Department of Vetinary Surgery and Radiology, Faculty of Vetinary Institution, was expelled for alleged examination misconduct.
Babatunde was accused by the university’s Students’ Disciplinary Committee (SDC) of being caught with a Blackberry phone containing materials relevant to the examination written on July 24 during the 2016/2017 academic session.
According to the letter of expulsion signed by the Registrar, Modupe Olowoleni, a soft copy of which was made available to SaharaReporters, Babatunde was expelled after the SDC found him guilty of examinations misconduct.
However, Babatunde denied the allegations, stating that he wasn’t involved in examination malpractice. He added that he has responded to the allegation through a letter to the Students’ Disciplinary Committee to debunk the allegations.
In the letter written to the Students’ Disciplinary Committee, he argued that the said phone was neither caught with him nor was he caught using the phone in the exam hall.
         
The letter read: “It is worthy to note that the phone was switched off while charging and kept in a place very far from my reach (at the window side, to avoid it being stolen) when the invigilator saw it and took it, while the exam was ongoing.
“As I look forward to your compassionate consideration on the regrettable mistake of keeping the switched off phone close to the examination hall, I also tender my apology that it was not intended for any form of examination malpractice or misconduct.”
He lamented not being given fair hearing, noting that there was no proper proceeding during his appearance at the panel. He added that the invigilator who was said to have caught him was not called to testify against him during the disciplinary committee sittings.
“Neither was my phone or alleged materials viewed in my presence to guarantee fair hearing, despite the demand of the chairperson of the SDC, Professor N.Y.S. Ijaiya to see the invigilator, to ensure fair hearing and a just conclusion,” he added.
In his appeal, Babatunde said the chief invigilator during the examination was also not informed of any examination misconduct, in accordance with the university’s guidelines.

Some of the students who were present during the examination said Babatunde was just being victimised, as he was not caught using the phone and the said phone was even out of his reach.
One of the students, who simply identified herself as Rukayat, said: “We are all surprised to hear that Alada Aliyu Babatunde was expelled. I was present in the class on that day. The phone was very far away from any student and the invigilator never questioned him. To hear that he is being punished speaks volume of the system.
“I am sure if some of us were called to give account of what transpired, he would not have been expelled.”
Responding to SaharaReporters’ text message on the issue, Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Sulyman Age Abdulkareem, denied victimising the student.
“What you heard is not true. We have a very good system that victimises no one,” the message read.

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target=_blank>BREAKING: Idajo, Ondo NURTW Chairman, Arrested And Whisked To Lagos

Rotimi Akeredolu, Governor of Ondo State, with Jacob Adebo a.k.a., ‘Idajo’

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Jacob Adebo, Chairman of the National Union of Road Transports Workers (NURTW) in Ondo State, has been arrested by security operatives, SaharaReporters has learnt.
Adebo, populary known as ‘Idajo’, was arrested on Friday.
SaharaReporters gathered that Idajo was whisked away to the Force Criminal Investigations Department (FCID) at Alagbon, in Lagos State.
A source who confirmed his arrest to our correspondent in Akure said the NURTW boss was arrested over a petition written against him.
Sixxteen aggrieved lawmakers of the Ondo State House of Assembly had recently petitioned the Inspector General of Police over the attack allegedly led by Idajo on the Assembly.
In the petition, published by SaharaReporters, the lawmakers explained how Idajo and his corhots beat up members of the Assembly and also destroyed properties worth millions.

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The source, who preferred not to be named, explained that Adebo was taken to Lagos State by security agents, dressed in plain clothes, who stormed Ondo State in commando style.
“Jacob Adebo, who is the Taxi Driver Chairman in Ondo State, was arrested by security officers in plain clothes who came from Lagos. I am very sure he was arrested due to the petition written against him by some people in the state, especially on the attack on lawmakers of the Ondo State House of Assembly,” the source said.
“Presently, he has been taken to Lagos, because I learnt that those guys are from Alagbon, Lagos State, who must have been acting on ‘order from above’ and the petition.
“You know that no fewer than four different attacks on the members of the public, particularly on journalists critical of government activities, have been supervised by Mr Adebo and his boys in this state.”
Femi Joseph, Police Spokesman in Ondo State, confirmed the arrest of the NURTW boss when contacted.
“Yes, it is true but I can only say he was invited, because our men came from Lagos and moved him out of Ondo State,” Joseph said. “He has already been moved to Lagos probably for questioning.” 

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target=_blank>With The Help Of A Good Samaritan, Ondo Police Rescue Abducted Lady From ‘Ritualists’

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The Police in Ondo State have rescued a female undergraduate, Ayomide Ogunsuyi, from the captivity of suspected kidnappers.
Miss Ogunsuyi was abducted by a three-man kidnap syndicate at Isikan road after boarding a car on her way to school.
The victim is a student of Adeyemi College of Education (ACE) in Ondo town, headquarters of Ondo West Local Council Area of Ondo State.
Gbenga Adeyanju, Commissioner of Police in Ondo State, confirmed this in a statement issued to journalists in Akure, the state capital.
He said the abduction of Miss Ogunsuyi was reported to the Police by a Good Samaritan and the Police Patrol Team from Akure Command swung into action and trailed the car down to the High School area in Akure.
He also revealed that two of the suspects, Olumide Faleye and Bola Ojo, were later nabbed by the Police Patrol Team.
“The surveillance patrol team of Akure Area Command were patrolling Ondo road, when a Good Samaritan alerted the officers that there was a lady going to Ondo town, who boarded a car and instead of the driver going to Ondo, made a U-turn and headed to Akure metropolis. They described the vehicle and the Police started following the vehicle, which was later trailed to the High School area, where the officers had the opportunity to overtake and block them.
“The driver whose name was later given as ‘Cherubim’ jumped out of the car and ran away, while the remaining three occupants of the vehicle were immediately arrested.
“The young girl, Ayomide Ogunsuyi, aged 23 who looked sedated at the time, later told the Police that she was on her way to Ondo town after boarding the vehicle (kidnappers’ car) at the Isinkan area.
“Police immediately arrested the two suspects who were later identified as Olumide Faleye and Bola Ojo. Upon interrogation, the suspects confessed to be working for one Kayode Ajayi a.k.a. ‘Ekun’ and they later said they were fraudsters and not killers.
“Their story sounds incredible, because the young lady, a student of Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo, does not look wealthy enough to be defrauded.”

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target=_blank>Yoldeboki, The Primary School In Gombe Where Pupils Study Under Tree

For pupils of Yoldeboki Primary School, every school day comes with a silent prayer that the weather will cooperate with their desire to learn. As a result of the hard choice the children are faced with, primary education is not as pleasant as it should be. The classroom is right under the open sky, subject to the whim of the elements, with a tree doing its best to provide shade. The blackboard also takes its place leaning against the tree, and the pupils sit their behinds on the bare dusty field.
Some pupils are ‘lucky’. Those who wish bring chairs from home to school. They take classes in dilapidated structures that should be classrooms. From cracked walls threatening to collapse finally, to roofs that have long taken flight with the wind, the state of Yoldeboki Primary School is only fit for an area in the throes of recovery from war. However, there’s no war in Gombe where the school is located.
Negligence of the local and state governments in reconstructing a block of classrooms for the community is what has led to the ‘war-torn’ state of the school.
Located in Tambeyolo community of Akko Local Government of Gombe State, Yoldeboki Primary School was established in 1976 and has enjoyed no luck from the harsh weather which is major happening in the Northern part of the country. 

An on-site visit to the school, by Civic Media Lab and Tracka, showed first-hand the devastating state of the school. Speaking on the state of the school, Mrs Marylin Adamu, the school’s headmistress lamented that government has continued to look away, despite many pleas to develop the school.
“We tried all our possible best by meeting the people in government who can assist but nobody assisted us. We went to the local government to see the Education Secretary, who only promised,” she said.
“The government asked us to write a letter and attach a picture of the school, which we did, but since then, we have not heard from them. We met with Adamu Jani Bello, who is the Local Government Chairman and also met with our Councillor, Adamu Yaro Yaro in 2017, who both promised to meet with the state governor. It has been more than one year now, but the government has not come to our aid. As it is now, there are no classrooms for the pupils to study.”
The Only Hope of Primary Education for Tambeyolo Community

The headmistress, who also attended the same primary school between 1985 and 1991, noted that the Yoldeboki is the only school in Tambeyolo community and has been helping with providing residents with primary education.
She added that parents ensure their children come to school, as that is the only hope of primary education they have.
“To ensure pupils continue to learn, we combined two classes and teach them as one. Class one and two are merged, three and four then five and six,” she said.
Mrs Adamu also stated that some of the pupils have to bring chairs from their homes as all learning facilities have been destroyed by rain.
The Community Head, Mohammed Mogaji Alli, narrated how the school and community have continually sought help from government and how their pleas for help have been turned down.
According to Alli, when the school was established in 1976, it had three blocks but they have been destroyed by rainstorm. He stated that the community contributed money to build a block of classrooms for the school.

“The school used to have three blocks, but they were all destroyed by rainstorm. The school managed one of the blocks for almost 35 years before the community contributed money to build a block of classrooms for the school,” he said.
He noted that when the community discovered that the classrooms they built was showed signs of disrepair, they initiated a self-help project and another block of classrooms was constructed.
“The community came together and another block was also built through self-help project. That is the only standing block in the school and it might collapse very soon because of its present condition,” he said.
The Community Head also spoke of efforts by the community to revive the school. He noted that they have jointly written to the State Universal Basic Education Board but nothing has been done.
“Since 2010 that the school has been in this present state, we have reported the situation to SUBEB and our political representatives who are supposed to help — our local government chairman, councillor and other people at the state level, including Mallam Mohammed Mogaji —but none of them offered to help,” he said.
A Call for Help

The school management maintained that the present state of the school couldn’t encourage students to learn.
For her part, the headmistress and members of the community urged the Ibrahim Dankwambo, Governor of Gombe State and political representatives to assist in restoring the school.
She said: “The future of our children is at stake and this school is one of the ways to ensure our children have a bright future. This is the only school we have in this community and we want our governor to come to our aid and assist us by re-building the school.”

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One of the reasons for the Nigeria’s unsolved Boko haram conundrum is the “worst possible military advice” President Muhammadu Buhari has been receiving for his advisors, Eeben Barlow, a South African mercenary who was involved with the training of Nigerian soldiers in the North-East, has said.
According to Barlow, on becoming President, Buhari and his advisors resisted an ongoing three-phase campaign strategy to degrade and destroy Boko Haram in Borno State, but they were quite happy to allow the Armed Forces to receive both substandard training and the incorrect equipment provided by both foreign governments and their Private Military Companies (PMCs) — along with the worst possible ‘military advice’.
Writing on his Facebook timeline, Barlow urged the public not to blame the Armed Forces when poor political decisions result in the deaths of people, saying:“North-eastern Nigeria is an example of what can happen when intelligence is rejected in favour of a false narrative.”
“Whereas it remains a government’s prerogative to ‘hire and fire’ who they so wish, it is sad that the President preferred defeat above victory, as soldiers can only do what they are trained, equipped, and led to do,” he said.
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The recent spate of Boko Haram attacks in northeastern Nigeria have negated President Buhari’s claims when he assumed power in 2015 that the radical Islamist group (many being thugs who have hijacked the religion of Islam for their own purposes) had been ‘technically defeated’. His narrative that Boko Haram was ‘technically defeated’ was false as soon as he uttered those words. There is, in a purely military sense, no such thing as a ‘technical defeat’—something the President, as an ex-military man ought to know. Sadly, he also chose to make the successes of 7 Infantry Division and 72 Mobile Strike Force (MSF) his own, when it wasn’t. 
President Buhari and his team were, however, part of the political leader group that led the vocal charge about STTEP’s presence in Nigeria, making it a burning political issue even before they assumed office. Indeed, they made it known that the company’s presence would not be tolerated under his office. 
The initial 3-phase campaign strategy (known as ‘Operational Anvil’) to degrade and destroy BH in Borno State, was rejected by his advisors. Instead, pressure forced only a small part of the campaign to be successfully implemented before we were ordered to pack up and leave. 
They were, however, quite happy to allow the armed forces to receive both substandard training and the incorrect equipment provided by both foreign governments and their PMCs—along with the worst possible ‘military advice’. When this approach failed, the military could be blamed for any lack of success. 
Whereas it remains a government’s prerogative to ‘hire-and-fire’ who they so wish, it is sad that the President preferred defeat above victory, as soldiers can only do what they are trained, equipped, and led to do. 
Do it poorly, and they die—and the innocent and defenceless suffer.
Many of the men we trained as part of 72 Mobile Strike Force have remained in contact with us (STTEP), pleading for our return to Nigeria. They have also told us that they have been used to a point of exhaustion. But, rumours also bubble beneath the surface that President Buhari viewed Boko Haram as an instrument that could reduce the force and standing of the military and thereby protect him from a possible coup d’état. 
Over the past few weeks, Boko Haram have executed numerous attacks on the Nigerian Army, causing numerous casualties and capturing massive amounts of equipment and ammunition. Raids on villages and the slaughter and kidnapping of the innocent and defenceless has continued—and in some instances intensified—under the reign of the President Buhari’s government. Sadly, the government has yet to issue a statement informing its citizens of what is really happening—and how a ‘technically defeated’ enemy can be so effective. 
As Boko Haram’s activities and actions increased, so too did the silence about the increasing problems in Nigeria’s Borno State. Prior to, and following our departure from Nigeria, we issued numerous intelligence warnings to his government. These warnings covered the implications of not allowing the 72 MSF to annihilate BH in Borno province; the plans by Boko Haram to rearm and escalate their activities; the implications of regional spill-over, the impact on the armed forces; and so forth. These intelligence warnings were all rejected in favour of a false belief. Neighbouring countries were advised not to listen to us as it was claimed to be a cheap attempt to ‘get a contract’. Chad, Cameroon and Niger are now also reaping the benefits of rejecting intelligence in favour of an agenda-driven narrative aimed at destabilising an entire region—a region where Nigeria remains a prime target. 
The reality is that these forces can be defeated. But victory requires more than a few soundbytes. Soundbytes do not—and never have—resulted in victory over an enemy. Ultimately, the innocent suffer and soldiers die, and every tactical victory Boko Haram achieves merely incentivises them to continue. This also gives impetus to the plans and actions of other radical terror groups across the continent. 
North-eastern Nigeria is an example of what can happen when intelligence is rejected in favour of a false narrative. 
Don’t blame the armed forces when poor political decisions result in the deaths of people.

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Workers Give NAICOM Seven-Day Warning On Indefinite Strike

Members of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) in the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) have issued a seven-day ultimatum to the commission on its decision regarding the career progression of staff.
The workers have threatened to embark on an indefinite strike if the decision is not reversed before December 6, 2018.
In a letter by A.M. Ibrahim and Maulud M. Usman, Unit Chairman and Unit Vice-Chairman, respectively, addressed to the commission and dated November 29, 2018, the workers’ union said it held a meeting with the Minister of Labour, Chris Ngige, but the commission deliberately violated the MOU, which was signed at the end of the meeting.
The letter read: “We the members of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) NAICOM Unit, the union that constitutes council I of the Joint National Public Service Negotiating Councils (JNPSNC) and a front line affiliate member of the Trade Union Congress (TUC) feels extremely constrained to inform you of our preparedness to commence an industrial action in the National Insurance Commission if nothing is done in the next 7 days to address our demands, most especially on the decision of the management of NAICOM to stagnate the career progression of staff of the commission.
“It will be recalled that conciliation meetings which was called at the instance of the Honourable Minister of Labour and Employment on the 28th August, 2018, between the management of National Insurance Commission and the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, reached a conclusion at the end of the meeting.
“Having reviewed the update provided by the Management in its letter dated 27th November, 2018, the union found out that the Management has deliberately violated the MOU which was signed. Consequently the Union has clarified the true position of the issues as contained in our letter to the ASCSN National body dated 29th November, 2018.
“Therefore, if these vivid demands are not met within 7 days of the date of this letter, the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria NAICOM Unit will wish to be absolved of blames, whatsoever, if the aggrieved members of staff of the Commission take to self-help in order to seek justice on the matter.
“Please, note that this letter has been endorsed to the Honourable Minister of Finance, the Honourable Minister, Federal Ministry of Labour & Employment, the Inspector General of Police, the Director General, Department of State Services (DSS), the President, Trade Union Congress (TUC) of Nigeria, the President, Association of Senior Civil Servant of Nigeria, and the Chairman, Governing Board of NAICOM.”

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