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Union to confront FAAN Management over violations of conditions of service, mass employment without due process

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The Association of Nigerian Aviation Professionals ANAP is at loggerheads with the management of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria FAAN over violations of staff terms and conditions of service.

The union according to investigation, is angry that FAAN Management with impunity has violated workers conditions of service and also on issues of, acting appointments, promotions, imposition of mass employment into career oriented managerial positions such as directors, general managers and others on grade level 10 – 14 without following due process.

Such alleged imposition of top management staff are making the top heavy and increasing the organizations burden regarding salaries, a development stakeholders say are unnecessary describing such appointment of people without added value.

It was gathered also that non training and retraining of professionals and administrative cadres and delayed approval to review terms and conditions of service are some of the reasons for the union’s action.

As a result of this violation, long serving experienced staff are being stagnated,frustrated and victimized unnecessarily in other to pave way for the imposed workers from outside the system through political fiat without promotional examination.

Investigation shows that the imposition of workers on agency by the ministry of aviation cuts across all the aviation parastatals and ANAP recently criticised the appointment of some in the Nigeria Meteorological Agency, NIMET.

A source disclosed that it will continue except Boards of parastatals are inaugurated to checkmate the activities of the minister, state for aviation.

The source further called on the minister of State of Aviation, Hadi Sirika to inaugurate the boards as directed by the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress APC in order for them to monitor the agencies for better performance.

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