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We Wonder What SGF Is Doing With 4 Drivers Alone and the Work That Justifies His Huge Salaries- NLC

The Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC has replied the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, George Akume after he said he can’t afford to pay his drivers the sum of N100,000 as salary...ĊONTINUE.THE FULL R£ĄÐING.

In a statement that NLC released on its official X handle on Friday, it was stated that such statement shouldn’t have emanated from the SGF.

NLC said it is unfortunate that George Akume who presides over the administration of the executive arm of government which is one of the pillars of democracy, would be seen making such statement.

The Nigeria Labour Congress said it wonders what the SGF is doing with four drivers and the kind of work he does that justifies the huge salaries and allowances that he takes home all the time.

In a statement that was titled, “Treasonable Felons And Economic Saboteurs Are In Agbada And Convoys”, the NLC said;

“We wonder what the SGF is doing with four drivers alone and the work that justifies the huge salaries and allowances that the SGF takes home all the time? Do we need to wonder too far why we are here as a nation when you have individuals with this mindset occupying sensitive positions in the corridors of power? It is unfortunate that the SGF who presides over the administration of the executive arm of government which is one of the pillars of democracy and is supposed to be a protector and defender of democracy, would be seen making statements that negate these traditions and principles”....Continue The Full Reading.>’.

Below is the statement.

We Wonder What SGF Is Doing With 4 Drivers Alone and the Work That Justifies His Huge Salaries- NLC
We Wonder What SGF Is Doing With 4 Drivers Alone and the Work That Justifies His Huge Salaries- NLC
We Wonder What SGF Is Doing With 4 Drivers Alone and the Work That Justifies His Huge Salaries- NLC

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