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Breaking news: National Assembly commission replaces clerk, Sani-Omolori, others

The National Assembly Service Commission has designated another representative in acting limit, Olatunde Ojo, for the National Assembly, supplanting Mohammed Sani-Omolori. 


Others arrangements were Bala Mohammed as Acting Deputy Clerk, National Assembly; Dauda el-Ladan as Acting Clerk, Senate; Patrick Giwa to remain Clerk, House of Representatives, pending his retirement in November 2020; Yusuf Danbatta, Acting Secretary to the NASC. 


Administrator of the NASC, Ahmed Amshi, made the declaration in an announcement gave on Friday, named, 'The National Assembly Service Commission Approves the Appointment of Top Management Officers in the Service.' 


The announcement halfway read, "In accordance with its command as gave in the National Assembly Service Act 2014 (as corrected), Section 6(b) which states, '… delegate people to hold or act in the workplaces of Clerk to the National Assembly, the Deputy Clerk to the National Assembly, Clerk of the Senate, Clerk of the House of Representatives, Deputy Clerk of the Senate, Deputy Clerk of House of Representatives, secretaries to directorates, and holders of different workplaces that will be made by the commission on the proposal of the Clerk to the National Assembly.' 


"The National Assembly Service Commission, at a crisis meeting hung on Friday, July 17, 2020, has affirmed the arrangements of some senior administration staff for the administration. All arrangements are with quick impact." 


The NASC had on Thursday questioned Sani-Omolori for rebellion. Amshi, in the inquiry, alluded to an announcement gave by the previous Clerk to excuse the prior one gave by the commission to declare his retirement from administration. 


Sani-Omolori, who was approached to answer to the question inside 24 hours, had recognized its receipt and said he would react to it "in like manner." 


Another round of emergency had started over the retirement of the Clerk to the National Assembly, Mohammed Sani-Omolori and more than 150 senior administration staff individuals from the parliament. 

Director of the NASC had before on Wednesday reported retirement of laborers who are expected for exit, in an announcement, entitled, 'The National Assembly Service Commission Approves the Retirement Age for the Staff of the National Assembly as 35 Years of Service or 60 Years of Age, Whichever Comes First.' 


The Clerk had, be that as it may, excused that retirement as illicit. He had given an announcement not long after, entitled, 'Retirement Age for Staff of the National Assembly is 40 Years of Service or 65 Years of Age, Whichever Comes First.' 


Sani-Omolori had been expected for retirement since February 2020 yet for a disputable revision to the Conditions of Service of the National Assembly by the eighth Assembly, which broadened their administrations by five years. 


In the mean time, the National Assembly/National Assembly Service Commission Chapters of the Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria have communicated their help for the NASC on the retirement of Sani-Omolori and others.

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Ahmed Amshi Mohammed Sani-Omolori. Olatunde Ojo Patrick Giwa Yusuf Danbatta

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