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 OFFICE OF SENATE PRESIDENT, BUKOLA SARAKI SACKS NINETY- EIGHT AIDES

Office of the Senate President has said the sacking of aides to Senator BUKOLA SARAKI is for efficiency.
According to reports, it said the exercise was to reposition the office for efficient service delivery.
The office, which refused to confirm the number of those affected, explained that most of the officials affected were those posted from the National Assembly Service Commission, who were deployed back to the service.
Sources in the Senate, however, put the number at 98.
A source in the Senate, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said most of the affected officials were inherited by SARAKI, including the Director of Protocol, ARTHUR NDIWE, who had occupied the office since Senator KEN NNAMANI was the Senate President.
It was further gathered that those affected were issued sack letters through the Chief of Staff to the President of the Senate, HAKEEM BABA-AHMED, in batches.
The Special Adviser to the President of the Senate on Media and Publicity, Mr. YUSUPH OLANIYONU, while briefing journalists on the development on Thursday said the downsizing was based on SARAKI’s discretion based on the judgment of a review committee.

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