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NIN registration: NIMC workers threaten total shutdown

Employees of the Nationwide Id Administration Fee (NIMC) have threatened a complete shutdown if the Federal Authorities fails to deal with their calls for.

NIMC employees on Wednesday requested the President Muhammadu Buhari authorities to see the 20-day window of the suspended industrial motion as a bonus to deal with all their calls for.

It mentioned that failure to take action; the federal government will danger one other strike by the Fee.

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Chatting with Channels Tv, the Chairman of the Affiliation of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria, NIMC Chapter, Asekokhai Fortunate, mentioned that the Minister of Communications and Digital Economic system Isa Ali Pantami has not accessible for the assembly the place he’s anticipated to deal with despite the fact that the employees suspended the strike because of this.

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They cried out that Fee’s headquarters is missing in ample computer systems, insisting it slows down the tempo of labor.

The employees clarify that the registration and capturing course of takes about 5 minutes, however the lack of ample laptop techniques slows the tempo of labor.

Final week, employees of the Fee went on strike, protesting poor welfare and the dearth of motivation.

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The strike was suspended on Monday after the Minister of Communication and Digital Economic system intervened.

NIN registration: NIMC employees threaten complete shutdown

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