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|The Poor Performance Of Sen.chris Ngige, The Minister Of Labour And A Call For by omanice: 1:50pm On Aug 24, 2017|
It is so unfortunate that the Minister Of Labour, Sen.Chris Ngige has lost focus in his office and all he does at this critical time is to interfere in Anambra election instead of negotiating with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and do everything possible to make sure the union is back to work.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) had on Monday declared an indefinite strike over Federal Government failure to keep to the 2009 agreement.“If Ngige is a super leader, he should endeavour to address the protracted ASUU strike and bring an end to it by having proper negotiation with the union in the absence of the president.
If Ngige is a super leader, he should endeavour to address the lingering Labour problems in the country which even degenerated to the killing of a civil servant in Kogi and other states.
Sen. Chris Ngige is more interested in godfatherism in his state, Anambra state than his office as the Labour and Employment Minister.
Pensioners, under the Nigeria Union of Pensioners ( NUP) has criticized the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, accusing him of high level nepotism in the discharge of his duties.
Specifically, the NUP declared that Ngige was using his position to circumvent the trade union and pension laws to favour his kinsmen.
Briefing the Press at the Labour House, Abuja, the Chairman, Electricity Sector branch of the NUP, Mr Abel Olas Eikhor, accused the Minister of directing the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorates (PTAD) to circumvent the law and pay union dues into the account of an individual who is not a member of the Union.
The Union stated that rather than address the issues of a petition written against a former Chairman, Temple Ubani, the Minister who should be conversant with the provisions of the law asked PTAD to pay check off dues deducted from the Union members to Ubani even when Ubani was no longer a member of the union, having formed his own association.
He pointed out that in total disregard to the provisions of the Trade Union Act, the Minister has directed the PTAD to remit union dues of members of the Union to the accounts of Chief Ubani.
The Minister of Labour and employment is so confuse that he has no sense of direction. instead of the minister to declare an emergency on the issue of skill. Nigeria is a largely incompetent or skill deficient nation, specialized or basic. Assuming that there is a recognized index for skills and competency in the world, Nigeria will easily find itself in the bottom 10 in the world. The mMinister is busy interfering in Anambra election and his interest of being a godfather.
In my own opinion, I will suggest the Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen.Chris Ngige be relieved of his office because of his poor performance.
|Re: The Poor Performance Of Sen.chris Ngige, The Minister Of Labour And A Call For by AtkinsPlanet(m): 1:53pm On Aug 24, 2017|
How come he is the only one noticed?
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