Incredible, retired senate clerk, refuses to vacate office - OPID News

Our people in Diaspora News

Breaking

Sponsor

Wednesday, 16 February 2022

Incredible, retired senate clerk, refuses to vacate office

 Incredible, retired senate clerk, refuses to vacate office

Senate

Retired Clerk to the Senate, Ibrahim el-Ladan, has refused to vacate office, but continued performing official duties at the plenary on Tuesday, February 15, 2022.

 It was reported that his attitude shocked members of the chamber, who expressed disbelief to see him on duty.

 People wondered why the president of the senate, Ahmad Lawan, allowed el-Ladan, who has been retired by the National Assembly Service Commission last week, to continue the work as a clerk.

The NASC had retired el-Ladan and two permanent secretaries, Anthony Adebanjo and Michael Opara, over alleged forgery of documents and age falsification.

The commission had directed el-Ladan and Adebanjo to proceed on retirement with immediate effect, while Okpara was asked to retire in six months.

The NASC had also gone ahead to appoint Mrs Isabella Iloba as acting Clerk to the Senate, to take over from el-Ladan.

The Executive Chairman of the NASC, Ahmed Amshi, convey the message in a letter dated February 9, 2022, with Reference Number NASC/PF/69/184, titled ‘Retirement from Service,’ and addressed to el-Ladan, a copy of which our correspondent sighted on Tuesday.

It partly read, “The Commission at its 547th meeting held on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, has approved your retirement from service with effect from February 9, 2022.

 “The commission wishes to acknowledge your immense contribution to the growth and development of the National Assembly Service.

“As you proceed on retirement, please hand over your office and other government property in your possession to the Deputy Clerk, Senate (Legislative), Ilobah Ugochi.”

However, el-Ladan carried on with official duties in the chamber on Tuesday unhindered.

 The Director of Information, NASC, Mrs Janet Mambula, could not be reached for comments as of press time on Tuesday.




No comments:

Post a Comment

Pages