Anambra Assembly cancels airport, judiciary employment, summons works commissioner, others
The Anambra State House of Assembly has summoned some officials of the state, including Commissioners of Work, the Attorney General/Commissioner for Justice as well as others to appear before it on July 15 to throw more light on the reported sleazy process of recent employment at the Anambra International Airport, Ministry of Justice and other establishments of the state.
The visibly furious lawmakers whose interests may not have been accommodated in the process had resolved that the employment did not follow due process hence, should be cancelled.
They also ordered that no fund shall be spent to pay salaries of such staff purportedly employed to work at the State owned Airport, Ministry of Justice and others without their involvement and approval.
Consequently, the Commissioners for Justice, Works and state Chairman of the State’s Civil Service Commission have been ordered to appear before the Assembly on July 15 at 10 am prompt for explanations.
In a unanimous resolution, they stated that, “Conclusively, The Anambra State House of Assembly, shall be needed to re-authorise employment for the Anambra Airport and Ministry of Justice and thereafter, due process must be complied with”.