NASS ‘II prioritise staff welfare, acting clerk assures


The acting Clerk to the National Assembly (CNA), Sani Magaji Tambawal, has assured the National Assembly chapter of  Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), of his commitment and adequate attention to ensure their welfare.

Tambuwal gave the assurance at the opening ceremony of PASAN Week 2022 at the National Assembly Monday while declaring the week open.

“I wish to reiterate that as an ardent advocate of staff welfare, I am assuring you of my commitment and adequate attention to the welfare of the National Assembly staff by the will and grace of God the Almighty,” he said.

He also assured staff of open-door policy and hope that this will be “reciprocated with a high sense of responsibility in tabling issues concerning staff.

“I promise to ensure that no PASAN member is unnecessarily discriminated against or made to suffer injustice in our quest to make working in the National Assembly the best in Nigeria,“ he stated.

This year’s PASAN Week with the  theme: “Labour, Unionism, and Industrial Harmony in the National Assembly” was described by the acting Clerk as not only timely, but apt and reflects the happenings and developments in the National Assembly.

“The role of labour, unionism, and the quest for a credible legislative process in Nigeria cannot be overemphasised, taking into consideration our struggles and sacrifices to uplift the National Assembly at all times,” he said. 

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