Anambra State Assembly Calls For Payment Of Salary Arrears To 75 ABS Deployed Staff

Anambra State Assembly Calls For Payment Of Salary Arrears To 75 ABS Deployed Staff

The Anambra State House of Assembly has passed a resolution urging Governor Willie Obiano to direct the Accountant General of the state to pay seventy eight staff of Anambra Broadcasting Service, absorbed into mainstreams of the State Civil Service and Post Primary Schools Service Commission in 2014 their arrears of salaries, covering the periods of March 1st, 2013 to June, 15th, 2014 and their 2013 leave allowances totaling forty-one-point-two million naira forthwith.
 

House of Assembly Correspondent, Chukwuemeka Modilim reports that the House passed the resolution during yesterday’s plenary in Awka.
 

The House also urged the Account General to implement the House of Assembly resolution No. Awka/RES/2013/20 without further delay.
 

It also resolved that following the extant Rules, they cannot compel the Anambra State Civil Service Commission to act outside the Civil Service Rules by retrospective promotion of the petitioners.
 

The House added that compliance to their first recommendation be reported to them within one month from the date of adoption of the recommendations of its committee on Public Petition as resolution of the House.
 

They equally resolved that the Establishment Office of the Head of Service in conjunction with other necessary offices set in motion the machinery for immediate and comprehensive review of the Civil Service Rules of Anambra State 2003 to meet up with contemporary times.
 

The Chairman, House of Assembly committee on Public Petition, Honourable Emeka Aforka who presented the recommendations passed by the House, commended the House for doing justice to the petition.

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