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Delegates pledge to abide by a fair trial

The Home of Representatives has pledged to observe due course of in contemplating the report by Steve Oronsaye. The report proposes the amalgamation and abolition of numerous ministries, departments and businesses of the federal authorities in a cost-saving measure geared toward making certain optimum service supply.

The Oronsaye Report, which focuses on an efficient and environment friendly federal civil service, was drafted in 2012 through the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Nevertheless, regardless of its commendable suggestions, the report was by no means applied. Solely lately did President Bola Tinubu trace at his authorities’s readiness to implement the report.

On Wednesday, the Home of Representatives held a public listening to on the report.

Talking on the occasion, the Chairman of the Home of Representatives Advert-hoc Committee on the Restructuring of Public Companies, Parastatals and the Fee, Ibrahim Isiaka, pledged to play by the principles.

Isiaka, who represents Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency, stated: “The fee wouldn’t act with out following due course of,” and guaranteed Nigerian staff that “we won’t scratch your heads.

“We invite all organizations the place you might have the chance to talk. We guarantee you that most of the fears that you simply harbor relating to the dismissal of workers, we won’t permit and we are going to have a look at your doc.”

Recall that the Tinubu-led Federal Govt Council accepted the implementation of the Oronsaye Report on February 26, 2024. The Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation, George Akume, went on to inaugurate an eight-member committee on March 7, 2024.

The committee was given the duty to implement the suggestions within the report inside 12 weeks.

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