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CNA Sani-Omolori, NASC conflict over retirement age for NASS employees

CNA Sani-Omolori, NASC conflict over retirement age for NASS employees

Sanni Onogu, Abuja

The Clerk to the Nationwide Meeting (CNA) Mohammed Ataba Sani-Omolori and the Nationwide Meeting Service Fee (NASC) on Wednesday clashed over the retirement age of employees of the Nationwide Meeting.

Whereas the NASC put the accredited age for retirement at 35 years of service or 60 years of age, Sani-Omolori insisted that it’s 40 years in Service or 65 years of age whichever comes first.

Sani-Omolori in a press release titled: “Retirement age for workers of the Nationwide Meeting is 40 years of Service or 65 years of age whichever comes first” stated the NASC doesn’t have the powers to put aside the Revised Circumstances of Service as handed by the eighth Nationwide Meeting.

Sani-Omolori stated: “The eye of the Nationwide Meeting Administration has been drawn to a Press Launch dated 15th July, 2020 signed by the Chairman of the Nationwide Meeting Service Fee, informing most of the people that the Fee has accredited the retirement age of employees of the Nationwide Meeting as 35 years of service or 60 years of age whichever comes first.

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“The Administration of the Nationwide Meeting needs to tell all employees and most of the people that the extant regulation as contained in our Revised Circumstances of Service duly handed by each Chambers of the eighth Nationwide Meeting places the retirement age of employees at 40 years of service and 65 years of age whichever comes first.

“The Decision of the eighth Nationwide Meeting on the Circumstances of Service of Workers has not been rescinded nor abdicated by the Nationwide Meeting, who beneath the genuine Nationwide Meeting Service Act 2014 as handed is empowered to evaluation any proposed modification to the Circumstances of Service by the Fee.

“Due to this fact, the Nationwide Meeting Service Fee does NOT have the powers to put aside the Revised Circumstances of Service as handed by the eighth Nationwide Meeting.

“The Administration had maintained a studied silence in deference to the management of the ninth Nationwide Meeting who’s trying into the place being canvassed by the Fee.

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“It’s due to this fact intriguing that the Nationwide Meeting Service Fee has unilaterally gone forward to take a ‘’determination’’.

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“Administration urges all employees to ignore the press launch by the Fee and go about their lawful duties.”

Nonetheless, the Chairmen of the NASC, Ahmed Kadi-Amshi had in a press release titled: “The Nationwide Meeting Service Fee approves the retirement age for the employees of the Nationwide Meeting Service as 35 years of Service or 60 years of age which ever comes first” stated the fee has accredited the retirement of all employees which have attainted the age.

Kadi-Amshi stated: “Pursuant to its mandate as supplied within the Nationwide Meeting Service Act 2014 (as amended), the Nationwide Meeting Service Fee at its 497th assembly held on Wednesday 15th July 2020 has accredited the retirement age of the employees of the Nationwide Meeting Service as 35 years of service or 60 years of age whichever comes first.

“To this impact the Fee has accredited the instant retirement of employees of the Nationwide Meeting Service who’ve already attained the retirement age of 35 years of service or 60 years of age.

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“Retirement letters could be issued to the affected employees accordingly.”

The Revised Circumstances of Service for Workers of the Nationwide Meeting accredited by the eighth Nationwide Meeting has been a topic of controversy.

About 150 administrators, together with the CNA, Sani-Omolori had been stated to have benefited from the extra years afforded by the Revised Circumstances of Service.

The Home of Representatives had in a press release lately stated it stands by the resolutions of the eighth Nationwide Meeting on Revised Circumstances of Service.

Nonetheless, the Fee insisted that the modification of the Circumstances of Service by the eighth Nationwide Meeting, didn’t comply with due course of and due to this fact, they’re null and void.

CNA Sani-Omolori, NASC conflict over retirement age for NASS employees

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