Reps Ad-hoc committee to Probe Employment Rackets in MDAs

Member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Abdulganiyu Cook Olododo has disclosed that the lower chamber of the National Assembly has set up Ad-hoc Committee to look into the alleged emploment malpractices by some parastatals and ministries, departments and agencies of government in the country.

Among the MDAs are Customs, Civil Defence Corps, Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC), Immigration and Nigerian Correctional Services.

Hon Olododo, a member of the Ad-hoc committee made this known on Friday shortly after donating N200,000 towards the completion of the installation of transformer to the people of Were/Idigba/Idi-Ogede Akerebiata community in Ilorin East Local Government Area of the state.

Olododo who represents Ilorin east/Ilorin South federal constituency of the state said that the intervention of the committee of the House became imperative in view of the alleged reported malpractices which hitherto had led the affected paratatals and agencies to be giving employment slots to their families and friends, among others.

He said, “the members of House of Representatives are disturbed with the trend of alleged malpractices and thereby putting up Ad-hoc Committee to investigate the allegation so as to correct the trend for the overall benefits of unemployed Nigerians.

“Any of the officials of the MDAs found culpable in the act after its investigations would be made to face the full wrath of the law”.
He expressed the resolve of the President Buhari led administration to ensuring life becomes bearable for the citizens



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