Job Slots Brouhaha: Senate Leaders Move To Appease Aggrieved Members

Job Slots Brouhaha: Senate Leaders Move To Appease Aggrieved Members
The dust raised by the job slots' sharing formulae, as allocated to the Senate by the FIRS seems to have been settled temporarily.
The aggrieved Senators, according to our source, were promised a compensation of impending slots from other federal government agencies.
From the information reaching InfoGuideAfrica.com, the new job slots meant for the Senate would soon be arriving from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and the Nigerian Security.

Sharing of job slots among senators has always been a tradition, however, the aggrieved ones insisted the sharing formula be made clear unlike what happened in the lopsided sharing of those of the Federal Internal Revenue Service.
The source also added that only 40 job slots were given to the Senate by the Federal Internal Revenue Service, contrary to the 100 they had earlier reported.
The Senate President Alhaji Ahmad Lawan, it was learnt, got 23 of the slots contrary to the 26 reported; the Deputy Senate President, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, got three, while the remaining slots were shared among the principal officers. With more slots to follow, those who were unhappy that they were sidelined during the last job bonanza are patiently waiting.

Meanwhile in another news, a Federal Government high official lands himself in trouble after purchasing a ₦140m official car.
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