The Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN) of both National Assembly (NASS) and National Assembly Service Commission (NASC) chapters has vowed to embark on strike on Wednesday (14th April) if the Management of National Assembly fails to meet its demands.
This was disclosed in a joint communique issued at the end of the PASAN Congress held at Conference Room 28 of the House of Representatives in the New Wing of the National Assembly.
The Association, in the communique signed by Comrade Sunday Sabiyyi (Chairman, NASS chapter) and Comrade Oisamaye Ojemeri (Chairman, NASC chapter) asked the Management of National Assembly to implement the minimum wage/consequential adjustment and the financial provisions in their conditions of service.
The Association also rejected the proposal of the Management of National Assembly on the implementation of insignificant aspect of their demands.
They requested the Management of National Assembly to comply with full implementation of the Minimum Wage/Consequential Adjustment to commence from 1st of April 2021, while 24 months arrears be paid in June.
The Association further requested that all staff (members) at the Director Cadre that were forcefully removed from the union in National Assembly against their right of freedom of association be reinstated, adding that no staff (member) should be victimized due to participation in union activities.
See full communique below:
Below are the management’s proposals which the workers on the platform of PASAN rejected.