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Delta Contributory Pension Scheme: Start Remitting Workers Pensions, Gratuities, Comrade Mulade Tells Gov. Okowa

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Comrade Sheriff Mulade

Delta Contributory Pension Scheme: Start Remitting Workers Pensions, Gratuities, Comrade Mulade Tells Gov. Okowa

A renowned Niger Delta based Human Rights activist/an environmentalist and World Peace Ambassador, Comrade (Amb) Sheriff Mulade has appealed to the Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa to as a matter of urgency order for the remittances of the state government counterpart fund in the contributory pension scheme as well as pay gratuities of civil servants in order for them to get their benefits as soon as they retire while alive.M

Speaking newsmen, the human rights, Comrade Mulade decried a situation whereby workers in Delta state civil service from local government to other parastatals will work and retire without getting their benefits as soon as they retire, adding that it is a slide to Delta state based on its huge economic resources.

The Peace Ambassador said it is shameful and embarrassing that workers in Delta state pay roll are charged from source their contributory pension but very ironical that Delta state government don’t remit its own counterpart fund in the pension scheme which makes it difficult for workers to access their pension and other gratuities benefits acrue them when they retire from the state civil service.

According to Comrade Mulade statistics and investigation carried out showed that Delta state government don’t remit their contribution monthly for workers pensions but goes ahead to remove that of workers from their salaries every month across all civil servants in Delta state, ministry and agencies, saying if not curtailed now may lead to more human casualties thereby affecting the state population of retired but skillful senior citizens expertise.

The Niger Delta human rights activist urged Governor Okowa to take speedy measure by making sure he clear arrears and benefits of civil servants who retired before he came onboard and in his administration even as he embark on his second tenure in order to safe lives of retired civil servants.

The Niger Delta Environmental activist advised Governor Okowa to show good example by clearing teachers backlog pensions as well as others and put an end to four to five years time before retired people get their pensions benefits as part of strong finishing legacies to be left behind after his successful second term in office.

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Comrade Kelly Gilor is a graduate of Communication Management from Delta State university (Delsu), Abraka. He believes in Justice and Equity with Good Governance. He is an activist of the Niger Delta.

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