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NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by DeckeyLyrical(m): 9:49am On Nov 20
Good morning all. Please I need an advice concerning this issue; it has been bothering our family for a long time now.

My father in-law has been working with National Identity Management Commission since 01-10-1987 as Clerical Officer II. Then it was Department of National Civic Registration.

In August 2010 he was given approval by the management NIMC to undertake a part time degree programme in Psychology Department at Enugu State University of Science and Technology.

Then August 15th 2020, he received disengagement letter from the commission on the ground that he did not possess a minimum requisite qualification of Bachelor Degree when he was already in the University in pursuit of Bachelor of Science Degree as approved.
Fast forward to 2012/2013 academic session, he graduated with Second Class Honour (Upper Division) in Psychology same year he was disengaged.

In a memo dated Tuesday 5th March 2019 from AGM/Head Human Capital Management Department NIMC. The management approved a period of five years grace to all the staff of the commission who do not possess a minimum requisite qualification of Bachelor degree to obtain same before 31st December 2023 which is the same approval given to him by the management.

My question is why is his own different? I have all the documents with me both photocopy and original.

Approval Letter to undertake part time programme
Bsc Result
Letter of disengagement
Application for reinstatement
Memo from AGM/Head Human Capital Management Department.

Please who should we write to? Who can help us out without asking for money? Which office or ministry should we channel our complaint to that will give us attention.

Please help push to permanent site to enable us get justice

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by XploreLife(m): 9:50am On Nov 20
okay

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Sunnymatey(m): 10:08am On Nov 20
They's a federal agency called ' Public Complains Commission'.
Try resaerch their website to see if it's their jurisdiction to handle this.

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by TammyAnybody: 10:13am On Nov 20
Write a petition through your Senator or HoR to the NASS, they will look into it.

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by DeckeyLyrical(m): 10:23am On Nov 20
Sunnymatey:
They's a federal agency called ' Public Complains Commission'.
Try resaerch their website to see if it's their jurisdiction to handle this.



Thank you for this tip.

Please the date for disengagement was 15th August 2012. It is not 2020. I made a mistake while writing

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by DeckeyLyrical(m): 10:24am On Nov 20
TammyAnybody:
Write a petition through your Senator or HoR to the NASS, they will look into it.

Thank you boss
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by uboma(m): 11:08am On Nov 20
DeckeyLyrical:
Good morning all. Please I need an advice concerning this issue; it has been bothering our family for a long time now.
My father in-law has been working with National Identity Management Commission since 01-10-1987 as Clerical Officer II. Then it was Department of National Civic Registration.
In August 2010 he was given approval by the management NIMC to undertake a part time degree programme in Psychology Department at Enugu State University of Science and Technology.
Then August 15th 2020, he received disengagement letter from the commission on the ground that he did not possess a minimum requisite qualification of Bachelor Degree when he was already in the University in pursuit of Bachelor of Science Degree as approved.
Fast forward to 2012/2013 academic session, he graduated with Second Class Honour (Upper Division) in Psychology same year he was disengaged.
In a memo dated Tuesday 5th March 2019 from AGM/Head Human Capital Management Department NIMC. The management approved a period of five years grace to all the staff of the commission who do not possess a minimum requisite qualification of Bachelor degree to obtain same before 31st December 2023 which is the same approval given to him by the management.
My question is why is his own different? I have all the documents with me both photocopy and original.
Approval Letter to undertake part time programme
Bsc Result
Letter of disengagement
Application for reinstatement
Memo from AGM/Head Human Capital Management Department.
Please who should we write to? Who can help us out without asking for money? Which office or ministry should we channel our complaint to that will give us attention.

Please help push to permanent site to enable us get justice
lalasticlala
davide470
uboma


There are discrepancies in the dates.

If your case is valid, take your case to the Human Rights Radio, 101.1 FM Abuja. The founder, Ordinary Ahmed Isah will ensure that your father gets justice.

All the best.

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by DeckeyLyrical(m): 11:31am On Nov 20
uboma:



There are discrepancies in the dates.

If your case is valid, take your case to the Human Rights Radio, 101.1 FM Abuja. The founder, Ordinary Ahmed Isah will ensure that your father gets justice.

All the best.

I will forward this to them. You just reminded me a good place to go

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Soarr(m): 1:40pm On Nov 20
Ok

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Macsjebs(m): 1:41pm On Nov 20
shocked o wrong naw
Really sorry about your experience brother

I faced something similar last year, wasn't a good experience but I give glory to God; that's y u find me here asking that you check out the thread on my signature, a lot of persons may not be chanced to, so it's understandable why they don't see my signature

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by TalkTalkTwins(m): 1:41pm On Nov 20
Ok
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by slawormiir: 1:41pm On Nov 20
Damnnn niggarrrr
Isoright...

Although I perused through the article while putting on my intellectual cap and blazing my weed

I must confess am confused with the dates

But anyway what do I know I will jus grab a chair and read comments to seek for knowledge
After all am just a drunkard, a weed smoker and a pussy banger

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by ignis(f): 1:41pm On Nov 20
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by R0kstarr8(m): 1:42pm On Nov 20
Those that Sabi the matter should help him out without giving out the solution

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by rowland545(m): 1:42pm On Nov 20
Go to human rights radio...in abuja...the only problem with them b say...u go shout embelembe til ur voice crack.... grin

I don tire for public transport for abuja every morning nah so so embelembe ...olololooo I day hear..


But they r doing a great job ....I must say

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by jamalnation(m): 1:42pm On Nov 20
Hmmm
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Enudapan: 1:43pm On Nov 20
Nah eh! No qualms
This is so unsophisticated
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by IMASTEX: 1:43pm On Nov 20
uboma:



There are discrepancies in the dates.

If your case is valid, take your case to the Human Rights Radio, 101.1 FM Abuja. The founder, Ordinary Ahmed Isah will ensure that your father gets justice.

All the best.
Most effective
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by BigDawsNet: 1:43pm On Nov 20
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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Lovelies1: 1:44pm On Nov 20
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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Samakus(m): 1:44pm On Nov 20
The datings confused me.
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by salbis(m): 1:44pm On Nov 20
This life no balance at all.
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by Obagreatdatoye(m): 1:45pm On Nov 20
Too bad
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by zeusdgrt(m): 1:45pm On Nov 20
Hmmmm
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by DeckeyLyrical(m): 1:46pm On Nov 20
Samakus:
The datings confused me.

15th August 2012 please.. I made a mistake with the date
Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by desthan(m): 1:51pm On Nov 20
Is that place still functional

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by chloride6: 1:55pm On Nov 20
@OP

What notices were given prior to 2012, to upgrade himself?

I'm sure notice was given and you didnt include that in your post

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by duduade: 1:56pm On Nov 20
DeckeyLyrical:


15th August 2012 please.. I made a mistake with the date

Please go back to modify and correct the date

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Re: NIMC: Wrong Disengagement From Service by UDUJ(m): 1:56pm On Nov 20
slawormiir:
Damnnn niggarrrr
Isoright...

Although I perused through the article while putting on my intellectual cap and blazing my weed

I must confess am confused with the dates

But anyway what do I know I will jus grab a chair and read comments to seek for knowledge
After all am just a drunkard, a weed smoker and a pussy banger

The dates got me confused as well undecided

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