NIMC WORKERS ACCUSE FG OF COVERING UP COVID-19 IN AGENCY

Written by on January 8, 2021

THE NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT COMMISSION OFFICIALS ACROSS THE COUNTRY ON THURSDAY BEGAN A STRIKE ACTION OVER THE FEAR OF COVID-19 SPREAD IN THE AGENCY.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION OF THE SENIOR CIVIL SERVANTS OF NIGERIA, NIMC UNIT, ASEKOKHAI LUCKY, IN AN INTERVIEW WITH ONE OF OUR CORRESPONDENTS IN ABUJA, SAID ALREADY THE VIRUS HAD BEEN DETECTED IN THREE OFFICIALS OF THE AGENCY AT ITS HEADQUARTERS.

HE SAID THE WORKERS WERE ANGRY BECAUSE THE MANAGEMENT OF THE COMMISSION WAS AWARE OF THE DEVELOPMENT, BUT KEPT IT FROM WORKERS, WHO COULD HAVE TAKEN NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES.

LUCKY ALSO SAID THE WORKERS WOULD MEET WITH GOVERNMENT ON FRIDAY (TODAY) TO DISCUSS COVID-19 SCARE AND OTHER ISSUES THAT LED TO THE STRIKE.

FOLLOWING THE STRIKE EMBARKED UPON BY THE WORKERS, PEOPLE WHO TROOPED TO THE NIMC OFFICES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, WERE STRANDED AS THERE WAS NOBODY TO ATTEND TO THEM.


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