Kano NLC Appeals To Governor Ganduje To Elongate Teachers Service Years From 60 to 65

The Kano State Chairman of the Nigerian Labor Congress (NLC) Comrade Kabiru Ado Minjibir has appealed to the state government under the leadership of Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje to ensure the Implementation of policy for the elongation of service years of primary / Tertiary School teachers from Sixty to Sixty five years of age or Thirty five to Fourty years of Service.

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The Kano State Chairman of the Nigerian Labor Congress (NLC) Comrade Kabiru Ado Minjibir has appealed to the state government under the leadership of Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje to ensure the Implementation of policy for the elongation of service years of primary / Tertiary School teachers from Sixty to Sixty five years of age or Thirty five to Fourty years of Service.

Minjibir made the disclosure in his Supposedly May Day Speech which was delivered on Sunday at the Government House Open Theater, during an Annual Award Night for Workers in the state organized by the office of the Head of Service in appreciation of the role of Workers in the Socio Economic Development of the state.

The NLC Chairman said the Kano state governor Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje did promised the teachers in the state of his resolve to elongate their service years from Sixty to Sixty five in his Speech read during the 2021 May Day Celebration but ” the policy is not yet implemented. ”

He said it will be apt for the government to keep to her promise and even go ahead to extend the gesture to other Civil Servants in the mainstream Civil Service as doing that would go along way in reducing the massive increase of Pensioners by at least five years.

Minjibir said it will further ” Avail the Pension Board Trustee in the state of the opportunity to off -set the outstanding liabilities owed the Pensioners in the state there by minimising the problems they are encountering as a result of lack of enough funds to settle their entitlemets Monthly.

The Chairman also appreciated some positive gestures made by the government especially the release of the sum of one billion Naira to pension retirees in the Month of February. Uninterrupted settlement of Salaries and Pension, implementation of local Service Scheme, for the local government workers among others .

On his part the Head of Service Alhaji Usman Bala Mni expressed happiness over the Cordial relationship existing between the NLC and the state government.

He said workers are the instruments with which every responsible government would ride on its shoulders for the attainment of socio economic development of the state.

Usman Bala said workers have played a pivotal role on how the landscape and the architecture of Kano has been profoundly transformed under the present adminstration of Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje making the state as one of the prolific Mega City in Africa within the shortest possible time.

He said these developments as clearly observed are but products of good governance . Hence the choice of the theme for this years May Day ”

The HOS since its inception priority has been given to Civil Service through the implementation of various policies in order to achieve better results.