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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 10:46am On Dec 07, 2017
sonya4all:
Kust go for the verification,we are in the same category..diseased disengaged staff

Ok. thats a good option.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by PenSniper: 8:54pm On Dec 07, 2017
airminem:


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?


Perhaps going through a lawyer might quicken the process.
However, hold on pretty well to the death certificate and the official paper evidence to confirm application for the letter.
But i advise you talk to a lawyer and if the fee is not outraging plus assurance of a quick process, you may let him handle it.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by michtz: 8:40am On Dec 08, 2017
So sorry for Nitel disengaged who think ptad would pay any arrears or 20yrs lump sum. Sorry to dash your hopes but its not the train we've been waiting for. The fight is not worn yet and we have to be cautious.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by airminem(f): 12:15pm On Dec 08, 2017
PenSniper:



Perhaps going through a lawyer might quicken the process.
However, hold on pretty well to the death certificate and the official paper evidence to confirm application for the letter.
But i advise you talk to a lawyer and if the fee is not outraging plus assurance of a quick process, you may let him handle it.

Thank you. I appreciate.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by GangsterRevd: 8:32am On Dec 13, 2017
Just started following this thread even though I read it once in a while. Little observation...I went to Federal Mortgage bank head office Abuja to check on a document I submitted as NOK earlier this year in Lagos, at the mention of the name Nitel the staff all started laughing and told me to forget any payment. This felt very weird and I decided to know why. They said there are a thousands of petitions against the payment. Can anyone verify if this is true
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by michtz: 7:23am On Dec 15, 2017
GangsterRevd:
Just started following this thread even though I read it once in a while. Little observation...I went to Federal Mortgage bank head office Abuja to check on a document I submitted as NOK earlier this year in Lagos, at the mention of the name Nitel the staff all started laughing and told me to forget any payment. This felt very weird and I decided to know why. They said there are a thousands of petitions against the payment. Can anyone verify if this is true
Am not suprised, because Ptad is playing a fast one by including the disengaged staff on pension payroll. The question is what then happens to the outstanding 20years lump sum? Nitel was privatised which qualifies its staff who were in service and subsequently disengaged as a result of the privatisation to a 25years terminal benefit(not monthly pension) this is an international practise and Nigeria is a signatory to the agreement. Now ptad wants to thus that by the side and do what they like, well its contempt of court. Let's just watch what happens at the end.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 8:08am On Dec 15, 2017
The question been asked here is not about 20yrs pension buyout but rather housing fund contributed while in service, im also affected cos I even used public complaints commission and all available means but to no avail.also,oluti has been turned down by ECOWAS court and that is y he has been silent of late.he was told he has no judgement compelling fed gov to pay 20yrs and that gov are already handling the issue

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by GangsterRevd: 8:38am On Dec 15, 2017
segzy3:
The question been asked here is not about 20yrs pension buyout but rather housing fund contributed while in service, im also affected cos I even used public complaints commission and all available means but to no avail.also,oluti has been turned down by ECOWAS court and that is y he has been silent of late.he was told he has no judgement compelling fed gov to pay 20yrs and that gov are already handling the issue

Thanks for your response. So basically I should forget about the housing fund payment for now. The way the Mortgage bank guys laughed at me was a little bit embarrassing
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 8:56am On Dec 15, 2017
GangsterRevd:


Thanks for your response. So basically I should forget about the housing fund payment for now. The way the Mortgage bank guys laughed at me was a little bit embarrassing
I've been on it for 4yrs now but if anything crops up I will let u know on this forum
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by toast224: 12:32pm On Dec 15, 2017
I'm a NOK. I started pursuing the mortgage fund since 2015. Early this year i got an alert from FMBN which represents only 35% of my expected payment. I have written and spoken with the director and zonal cordinator as regards the balance, all to no avail.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 12:34pm On Dec 15, 2017
toast224:
I'm a NOK. I started pursuing the mortgage fund since 2015. Early this year i got an alert from FMBN which represents only 35% of my expected payment. I have written and spoken with the director and zonal cordinator as regards the balance, all to no avail.
you must be lucky
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by GangsterRevd: 1:18pm On Dec 15, 2017
segzy3:
I've been on it for 4yrs now but if anything crops up I will let u know on this forum

4 years shocked ! wow.. Thanks for the update tho. Appreciate
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by tunrayotaiwo99: 6:25pm On Dec 16, 2017
Good day sir/ma,,,,please I need an urgent reply on this issue.pls my dad lost his confirmation letter,an ex staff of nitel,,pls what can be done since ptad said no affidavit of any lost document during the verification,....pls come to my aid....concerned daughter..thank u sir/ma
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by PenSniper: 8:43pm On Dec 21, 2017
segzy3:
The question been asked here is not about 20yrs pension buyout but rather housing fund contributed while in service, im also affected cos I even used public complaints commission and all available means but to no avail.also,oluti has been turned down by ECOWAS court and that is y he has been silent of late.he was told he has no judgement compelling fed gov to pay 20yrs and that gov are already handling the issue


Please what evidence do you have to prove that the Ecowas court has turned the group down ?

Concerning the mortgage issue, is it not possible for those concerned to take FMBN to court ? Many are involved.
The motive was to provide a house for contributors. Failure to do that, they were supposed to pay refund with acrued interest which they did not. To make matters worse, they are trying to cheat some out of their sweats.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by sonya4all(m): 10:42am On Jan 04
Happy new year all.
Please any new updates?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by obynolucy: 10:59am On Jan 08
happy new yr to all. Any one with information from ptad as its roughly few days to the 15th scheduled for the verification exercise.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by eddie7: 5:09pm On Jan 08
Just saw this

Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 5:51pm On Jan 08
@eddie7: please can you confirm if other locations were in that list. such as abuja? thank you
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by eddie7: 6:09pm On Jan 08
brosiye99:
@eddie7: please can you confirm if other locations were in that list. such as abuja? thank you

That's all I got for now.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 6:12pm On Jan 08
thank you. Pardon my curiosity, but where did you get that list you posted?
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 7:06pm On Jan 08
PTAD has not released the official timetable.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by Deneistein: 11:35pm On Jan 08
This is why my dad died, we waited for the payment, and he got sick and died , he worked last at Ikeja exchange , may his soul rest in peace, nitel pensioners have really suffered,...so many have died, buhari please help this poor families...

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 11:19am On Jan 09
Those of us on Twitter can ask ptad on their handle when the locations will be published. It is just six days left. I will be quite disappointed if they postpone or shift date again. People are hoping seriously on this date already announced. May God touch them at ptad.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by eddie7: 1:01pm On Jan 09
The NITEL verification exercise will start on the 15/01/18 with Lagos zone first, Enugu for south east and Port Harcourt for south south. Abuja and the rest of the north shall start on 04/02/18. The PTAD officials are expected to be in Lagos on the 15/01/18 to start on 15/01/18.
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by eddie7: 1:05pm On Jan 09
Please see the sun, daily trust, punch and thisday newspapers of 11 Jan for more details

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by beebunm1(f): 1:24pm On Jan 09
Hello Mr Eddie is it today's newspaper 9th we should check or which?tnx
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by brosiye99(m): 1:27pm On Jan 09
At last, this is finally happening. Thank God. The picture posted is from PTAD's Twitter handle. It will officially be in the listed newspapers on Thursday 11th January 2018. Hooray
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by sonya4all(m): 3:42pm On Jan 09
Here

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by columnar: 5:23pm On Jan 09
good that this is finally happening,so many gave up while waiting for this day,but is payment immediate after this verification
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by GangsterRevd: 7:00am On Jan 10
columnar:
good that this is finally happening,so many gave up while waiting for this day,but is payment immediate after this verification

This is a good question. Because my uncle who was verified in October worked with Nigerian re insurance hasn't been paid till today. But I guess that is upto accountant general of the federations incompetence
Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by Apus: 6:21pm On Jan 10
columnar:
good that this is finally happening,so many gave up while waiting for this day,but is payment immediate after this verification


No sir.

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Re: Nitel Pensioners Should Come In by segzy3: 2:31pm On Jan 11
Its trending on ptad official Facebook page now where some agrieved nitel pensioners are saying the ptad boss lied to them concerning the payment duration.about 5 different people testified that she said the payment will be effected 3days following verification during a meeting held in abuja last year and that was y PTAD was chosen over pencom.it was stated that both PTAD and PENCOM bosses were there present and tried to convince the pensioners on which to choose but nitel pensioners opted for PTAD cos pencom payment was installment.

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