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NASS workers shut Assembly complex in protest against unpaid allowances

National Assembly staff under the aegis of Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), have shut lawmakers out of the premises in a protest over unpaid salaries and allowances, vowing not to back down until they received notification of payment.

Bearing placards with inscriptions such as ‘Omolori is a contractor’ ‘killing staff with poor condition of service’ and ‘constitute the National Assembly commission now,’ the workers are complaining against the Clerk of the assembly, Sani Omolori.

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Among the demands of the workers is to be put on the Consolidated Legislative Salary Structure (CONLESS) and the release of all pending staff promotions and conversion letters with arrears fully paid on or before Dec.31.

The workers had earlier issued a two-week ultimatum to the management’s nonchalant attitude toward their demands to fulfill their demands or face strike.

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