Again, workers shut down ministry of finance


– Civil servants have protested towards alleged poor welfare condition

– The protest occurred on the headquarters of the federal ministry of finance on Monday, June 12

– The Employees demanded for the removing of the director of finance, accountant and Daniel Garbar

There Is an uproar at the headquarters of the federal ministry of finance as civil servants on Monday, June 12, staged protest towards alleged terrible welfare condition.

In Line With Punch, the protest started round Eleven am on the first ground of the ministry when some angry staff said the director of finance, accountant and Daniel Garbar must be removed from their seats.

Uproar as finance ministry workers demand removal of permanent secretary, director

Uproar as finance ministry workers demand elimination of permanent secretary, director

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NAIJ.com gathered that they separated themselves into two groups as some moved to the fourth floor where the workplace of the permanent secretary, Mahmoud Dutse whereas others stay on the first flooring.

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The Employees alleged that the leadership of the ministry has proved to them that their welfare isn’t important and which could be very wrong.

In The Meantime NAIJ.com past suggested that the headquarters of the federal ministry of finance had been shut down by civil servants due to what they regarded as bad welfare when you consider that Mrs Kemi Adeosun assumed place of business.

The civil servants in an act of protest shut down the ministry in Abuja on Monday, June 20.

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