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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 4:10am On Nov 17, 2017
Ancientdeb123:
Pls segzy are u sure cos ptad madam never said anything and still maintain dat after d conclusion of dsc verification for nitel would be announced so let wait or confirm want u said frm her twitter account so as 2 be sure
that's the true position.nitel is already scheduled for January. I think she initially thought it will be possible before end of the year but not anymore bearing in my mind DSC verification ends by 28nov and they need a week interval before the last phase of core civil servant verification which hold btw 11 & 16 dec and also they will be having Xmas &new yr break. Anyway,u may still do ur finding cos anything is possible but Jan 15 is on their timetable for nitel/mtel

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by obynolucy: 6:30pm On Nov 21, 2017
Good evening all. Does any one have information ,if the DSC verification have started. update please and if possible the confirmed date for the Nitel /mtel own as people are almost shrinking back into their shell till next year.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 6:50pm On Nov 23, 2017
just heard from one of our top oga's. that January 2018 timetable is true. my only prayer is that they should not postpone it again. hope deferred makes the heart break.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by Dagospelking: 1:53pm On Nov 24, 2017
Let it be so... We pray..!!!!

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by sonya4all(m): 4:29pm On Nov 24, 2017
I can confirmconfirm that DSC verification is ongoing now,my uncle told me he did his own 2 days ago at warri
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by BlakKluKluxKlan(m): 8:21pm On Nov 25, 2017
sonya4all:
I can confirmconfirm that DSC verification is ongoing now,my uncle told me he did his own 2 days ago at warri


Good. Please can you ask your uncle whether anything at all was paid of the arrears or not ? If you do, please update us. Thanks.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by sonya4all(m): 5:17am On Nov 27, 2017
BlakKluKluxKlan:



Good. Please can you ask your uncle whether anything at all was paid of the arrears or not ? If you do, please update us. Thanks.

I didn't say they have been paid,I said the verification is still on
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by BlakKluKluxKlan(m): 7:59pm On Nov 27, 2017
sonya4all:


I didn't say they have been paid,I said the verification is still on


You did not understand my message. Never mind.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by damsng: 9:09pm On Nov 28, 2017
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate, PTAD, has concluded plans to begin verification of pensioners of Nigerian Telecommunications Limited and its mobile subsidiary, MTEL under the Defined Benefit Scheme (DBS) from January 15th to 26th, 2018.

The exercise will take place across the 6 geo-political zones in select venues that will be announced in January 2018. The verification exercise is pursuant to the payment of pension benefits to eligible retirees of the agencies after receiving approval from the Ministry of Finance that appropriate benefits be paid to retirees who are qualified. Pursuant to PTAD being assigned with the responsibility, the Directorate has been working with the Bureau of Public Enterprises to get the nominal roll as well as other required information on qualified pensioners of the defunct NITEL.

Qualified retirees are required to come with originals and photocopies of their documents while their biometrics will be captured during the exercise. No proxy is allowed. The following are the required documents

Letter/Gazette of First Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Confirmation of Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Last Promotion
Letter/Notice of Acceptance of Retirement by a competent authority
Computation sheet
Evidence of Change of Name (Where Applicable)
Original stamped Bank Verification Number (BVN) registration slip and a duly stamped & signed NUBAN original Bank Statement of Account with the Bank Logo for Six-months
Valid Means of identification (Driver’s License, International Passport, National Identity Card or Voter Identification card)
Approval letter of Condonation /Merger of Service from the Head of Service of the Federation (where applicable)
One coloured passport photograph.
Birth Certificate/Sworn Affidavit of Age
Evidence of Payment of Gratuity or Severance Pay Slip
For Next of Kin to claim benefits (in addition to the deceased documents) the following are also required

Death Certificate of the Deceased from a Government recognized hospital.
Letter of Administration from a High Court.
Joint Application by the NOK(s) as listed on the Record of Service.
Marriage Certificate (for Spouses).
Duly signed and stamped NUBAN Joint Bank Account Statement of the NOK(s) with Bank Logo and BVN Registration Slip (stamped and signed by the bank).
1 coloured Passport Photograph for each NOK and valid means of Identification (Driving License, Int’l Passport, National ID Card or Voters Registration Card).


Affidavit for loss of mandatory documents including Letter of retirement will not be accepted.

For the sick and infirm, please send an application for Mobile verification with Pensioners’ address, contact number to info@ptad.gov.ng; attach to the application, a certified Doctor’s report and photocopies of all documents as listed. For further enquires, contact PTAD on the toll-free line 0800-CALL-PTAD (0800-2255-7823) or +234(0)9-462-1700, +234(0)8136048117 (Rates Apply).



Signed:

Management
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by michtz: 8:04am On Nov 29, 2017
damsng:
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate, PTAD, has concluded plans to begin verification of pensioners of Nigerian Telecommunications Limited and its mobile subsidiary, MTEL under the Defined Benefit Scheme (DBS) from January 15th to 26th, 2018.

The exercise will take place across the 6 geo-political zones in select venues that will be announced in January 2018. The verification exercise is pursuant to the payment of pension benefits to eligible retirees of the agencies after receiving approval from the Ministry of Finance that appropriate benefits be paid to retirees who are qualified. Pursuant to PTAD being assigned with the responsibility, the Directorate has been working with the Bureau of Public Enterprises to get the nominal roll as well as other required information on qualified pensioners of the defunct NITEL.

Qualified retirees are required to come with originals and photocopies of their documents while their biometrics will be captured during the exercise. No proxy is allowed. The following are the required documents

Letter/Gazette of First Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Confirmation of Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Last Promotion
Letter/Notice of Acceptance of Retirement by a competent authority
Computation sheet
Evidence of Change of Name (Where Applicable)
Original stamped Bank Verification Number (BVN) registration slip and a duly stamped & signed NUBAN original Bank Statement of Account with the Bank Logo for Six-months
Valid Means of identification (Driver’s License, International Passport, National Identity Card or Voter Identification card)
Approval letter of Condonation /Merger of Service from the Head of Service of the Federation (where applicable)
One coloured passport photograph.
Birth Certificate/Sworn Affidavit of Age
Evidence of Payment of Gratuity or Severance Pay Slip
For Next of Kin to claim benefits (in addition to the deceased documents) the following are also required

Death Certificate of the Deceased from a Government recognized hospital.
Letter of Administration from a High Court.
Joint Application by the NOK(s) as listed on the Record of Service.
Marriage Certificate (for Spouses).
Duly signed and stamped NUBAN Joint Bank Account Statement of the NOK(s) with Bank Logo and BVN Registration Slip (stamped and signed by the bank).
1 coloured Passport Photograph for each NOK and valid means of Identification (Driving License, Int’l Passport, National ID Card or Voters Registration Card).


Affidavit for loss of mandatory documents including Letter of retirement will not be accepted.

For the sick and infirm, please send an application for Mobile verification with Pensioners’ address, contact number to info@ptad.gov.ng; attach to the application, a certified Doctor’s report and photocopies of all documents as listed. For further enquires, contact PTAD on the toll-free line 0800-CALL-PTAD (0800-2255-7823) or +234(0)9-462-1700, +234(0)8136048117 (Rates Apply).



Signed:

Management




Yet No mention of the disengaged staff? What business has BPE with pensioners? There is a mix up in this info.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by michtz: 8:43am On Nov 29, 2017
Just saw the same info on ptad website. Am confused what About disengaged? Who are not pensioners?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by obindomanya(m): 1:25pm On Nov 29, 2017
damsng:
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate, PTAD, has concluded plans to begin verification of pensioners of Nigerian Telecommunications Limited and its mobile subsidiary, MTEL under the Defined Benefit Scheme (DBS) from January 15th to 26th, 2018.

The exercise will take place across the 6 geo-political zones in select venues that will be announced in January 2018. The verification exercise is pursuant to the payment of pension benefits to eligible retirees of the agencies after receiving approval from the Ministry of Finance that appropriate benefits be paid to retirees who are qualified. Pursuant to PTAD being assigned with the responsibility, the Directorate has been working with the Bureau of Public Enterprises to get the nominal roll as well as other required information on qualified pensioners of the defunct NITEL.

Qualified retirees are required to come with originals and photocopies of their documents while their biometrics will be captured during the exercise. No proxy is allowed. The following are the required documents

Letter/Gazette of First Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Confirmation of Appointment
Letter/Gazette of Last Promotion
Letter/Notice of Acceptance of Retirement by a competent authority
Computation sheet
Evidence of Change of Name (Where Applicable)
Original stamped Bank Verification Number (BVN) registration slip and a duly stamped & signed NUBAN original Bank Statement of Account with the Bank Logo for Six-months
Valid Means of identification (Driver’s License, International Passport, National Identity Card or Voter Identification card)
Approval letter of Condonation /Merger of Service from the Head of Service of the Federation (where applicable)
One coloured passport photograph.
Birth Certificate/Sworn Affidavit of Age
Evidence of Payment of Gratuity or Severance Pay Slip
For Next of Kin to claim benefits (in addition to the deceased documents) the following are also required

Death Certificate of the Deceased from a Government recognized hospital.
Letter of Administration from a High Court.
Joint Application by the NOK(s) as listed on the Record of Service.
Marriage Certificate (for Spouses).
Duly signed and stamped NUBAN Joint Bank Account Statement of the NOK(s) with Bank Logo and BVN Registration Slip (stamped and signed by the bank).
1 coloured Passport Photograph for each NOK and valid means of Identification (Driving License, Int’l Passport, National ID Card or Voters Registration Card).


Affidavit for loss of mandatory documents including Letter of retirement will not be accepted.

For the sick and infirm, please send an application for Mobile verification with Pensioners’ address, contact number to info@ptad.gov.ng; attach to the application, a certified Doctor’s report and photocopies of all documents as listed. For further enquires, contact PTAD on the toll-free line 0800-CALL-PTAD (0800-2255-7823) or +234(0)9-462-1700, +234(0)8136048117 (Rates Apply).



Signed:

Management
CORRECT! FINALLY
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by obindomanya(m): 1:27pm On Nov 29, 2017
michtz:
Just saw the same info on ptad website. Am confused what About disengaged? Who are not pensioners?
@brosiye: gudafternun pls what happens to the disengaged?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 1:41pm On Nov 29, 2017
@obindomanya: I believe the disengaged will also be paid some outstanding benefits from the 2006 disengagement in which some payments have not been done by BPE and OAGF e.g. insurance etc.. However, i know that disengaged staff that were not pensionable (10 years service) will not be entitled to the monthly pension but those that had spent at least 10 years and above will be entitled to monthly pension. The sure thing is that it is only PTAD that will inform everyone at the point of verification of their status and what their entitlements an outstanding are. Everyone that submitted documents to the portal a few months back should just show up for verification.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by eddie7: 3:41pm On Nov 29, 2017
this message was copied from a chat group....

Sequel to this quagmire about eligibility, etc I just called a member (NAME WITHELD) of the data collection and collation team for clarifications, concerns etc .
These are the responses.
1. Another publication will be out soon
2. All Ex-Nitel/Mtel staff is expected to have documents on Serial number 1-3
3. If retirement letter (sn 4) is to be used then ONLY RETIREES are ELIGIBLE.
4. He said disengagement letter shall be treated in lieu of retirement letter.
5. Arrange all documents or letters serially from letter of employment/Gazette,realignment, confirmation, promotion and disengagement.
6. You can not have letter of disengagement and retirement at the same time. Just like birth certificate and sworn affidavit. Either of these is acceptable.
7. He said let all go when it time. Then we will all know the Sharp of things
8. He said there is still meeting to smoothen the process, logistics etc

If we all observe, we would have discovered that same requirements published for DSC is what we have here.

PTAD presumed all requirements are same without exception. Not knowing some were disengaged.

Truly there will be another publication which will bears the venue and dates attached.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by Apus: 9:00pm On Nov 29, 2017
Point number 12 outrightly shows the verification is inclusive of disengaged staffs.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 2:39pm On Nov 30, 2017
PTAD has posted the announcement of verification in today's edition of The Nation Newspaper. We are getting there.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by easytos: 9:09pm On Nov 30, 2017
brosiye99:
PTAD has posted the announcement of verification in today's edition of The Nation Newspaper. We are getting there.

Good evening house. Please can we get a copy of the post on the nations newspaper here?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 11:03pm On Nov 30, 2017
It is exactly what was posted earlier.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by easytos: 4:34pm On Dec 01, 2017
brosiye99:
It is exactly what was posted earlier.
OK. Thanks Sir
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by michtz: 10:23pm On Dec 02, 2017
Please who has credible information as to if lump sums were paid to disengaged or if nitel disengaged are to expect lump sum. I.e the much debated 20years. Thanks anyone
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by adegoks1234(m): 7:25am On Dec 04, 2017
Good morning everybody. Please, I want to know, what will be the fate of the family of the deceased after the verification considering they won't be paid the monthly pension.....Will they be paid a lump sum from the time of the disengagement till death?... Or is there any special benefits for them.
Thanks
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 8:22am On Dec 04, 2017
BermudaTriangle:



Uwc.
Sir Gooday, my father is retired and collects monthy pension. The the question is, my father just passed away and his account still recieves his pension but they is pensioneer verification ongoing now, should i represent him as the next of kin(which i am) in other not to stop receiving the monthly pension?
Thank You
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 8:30am On Dec 04, 2017
brosiye99:
It is exactly what was posted earlier.

Gooday sir, my father is a pensioneer and receives monthly pension. Recently he passed away due to illness. I am the next of kin and there is pensioneer verification exercise going on. The question is, can i represent him (late now) for the verification? Though the montly pension is stil paid to his account.
Thanks
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by PenSniper: 1:46am On Dec 05, 2017
airminem:


Gooday sir, my father is a pensioneer and receives monthly pension. Recently he passed away due to illness. I am the next of kin and there is pensioneer verification exercise going on. The question is, can i represent him (late now) for the verification? Though the montly pension is stil paid to his account.
Thanks


Yes, with all the required documents, his death certificate and letter of administration.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 11:55am On Dec 05, 2017
PenSniper:



Yes, with all the required documents, his death certificate and letter of administration.

Thanks for responding. Sir, do i (NOK) stand to loose anything benefits if i dont get verified now?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by PenSniper: 10:43pm On Dec 05, 2017
airminem:


Thanks for responding. Sir, do i (NOK) stand to loose anything benefits if i dont get verified now?


But why won't you get verified in the first place ?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 5:38pm On Dec 06, 2017
PenSniper:



But why won't you get verified in the first place ?


Thanks. Sir, whether i verify, the pension still will be stopped after the exercise...,isn't So?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by PenSniper: 9:51pm On Dec 06, 2017
airminem:


Thanks. Sir, whether i verify, the pension still will be stopped after the exercise...,isn't So?


Ofcourse yes, how can it continue to be paid when the subject of it is deaceased ?
They will only pay you what accrued upto his date of demise.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by adegoks1234(m): 7:43am On Dec 07, 2017
adegoks1234:
Good morning everybody. Please, I want to know, what will be the fate of the family of the deceased after the verification considering they won't be paid the monthly pension.....Will they be paid a lump sum from the time of the disengagement till death?... Or is there any special benefits for them.
Thanks
Please can anyone respond to my question? Thanks
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by sonya4all(m): 7:58am On Dec 07, 2017
Kust go for the verification,we are in the same category..diseased disengaged staff
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 9:21am On Dec 07, 2017
PenSniper:



Ofcourse yes, how can it continue to be paid when the subject of it is deaceased ?
They will only pay you what accrued upto his date of demise.

You have been so helpful with useful infos. Thank You.
As a requirement to be verified, i tried to get a letter of administration and was told it will take a while for collection. that got me upset of delays in Nigerian systems. Any useful tip sir?

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