Ayuba Wabba, President of Nigerian Labour Congress, has called for the reconstitution of the National Pension Commission Board.
The House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating the Apex pension body, PenCom, has invited top management staff of the commission and 21 Pension Funds Administrators, to appear before it on Thursday.
The Head, Corporate Communications, PenCom, Peter Aghahowa, gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
Dahir-Umar, who was represented by Datti Yola, Head of Surveillance Department, PENCOM, said this at the Compliance Officers Forum held in Uyo on Monday.
The officers under the Association of Retired Police Officers, Kogi branch, made the appeal in a statement made available to newsmen in Lokoja signed by state Chairman of the association, Alex Yusuf (CSP rtd) and the Secretary, Jerome Ameh…
The National Pension Commission has approved 3, 280 applications for payment of retirement benefit under life annuity plan.
Dahir-Umar made the disclosure at the sixth conference organised for pension directors by the commission in Lagos.
According to the commission, the number brings to 48,539, the total number of retirees receiving their retirement benefits via annuity.
A statement signed by the Acting Director-General of PenCom, Aisha Dahir-Umar, in Abuja said the warning was to prevent pensioners and pension contributors from being duped.
The National Pension Commission, PENCOM, on Monday commenced the verification and enrolment exercise of 3,000 employees of Federal Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies in Ogun and Lagos State.
The Head, Corporate Communications Department of the commission, Peter Aghahowa, disclosed this in Enugu on Thursday during a pre-retirement exercise of the affected employees.
In a statement on Sunday in Lagos, Fajeminsi noted that the new structure superseded the previous “one-size-fits-all” investment structure.
Leading the debate, Galadima expressed worry that PENCOM investment power in the recent past had been subjected to gross abuse without compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act of 2007.
Peter Aghahowa, the Head, Corporate Communications of PenCom, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Uyo on Friday.
Shekarau made this known on Tuesday at the official inauguration of the Nigeria Union of Pensioners House in Abuja.
The Commission in its 2017 third quarter report posted on its website said it used 55 consultants as recovery agents to get back the outstanding pension contributions and penalties from the defaulting employers.
In the statement, PenCom alleged that the guidelines “will boost government’s fight against Financial Terrorism and Money Laundering, and nip in the bud the dangers that could arise should Contributors decide to use RSAs to launder dirty…
The statement is sequel to the threat by the Rivers State Council of Trade Union Congress on disruption of work based on PenCom’s draft guidelines on withdrawal from voluntary contribution