NASC Urges Newly Elected NASSLAF Exco on Quality Delivery

NASC Urges Newly Elected NASSLAF Exco on Quality Delivery

 

NASC Urges Newly Elected NASSLAF Exco on Quality Delivery

Engr. Ahmed Amshi Kadi, the Executive Chairman of National Assembly Service Commission (NASC), has tasked the newly elected Exco of the National Assembly Legislative Aides Forum (NASSLAF) on quality leadership.

He said this charge at the inauguration of the NASSLAF 10th National Assembly Exco and Central Working Committee CWC recently in Abuja.

The NASC Chairman, represented by Rt. Hon. Amaechi Nwoha, National Commissioner, South-East Zone, said the newly elected executive must be aware that they are coming into office at a time when leadership sacrifices and capabilities are at its highest demand.

According to him, “I want to charge the administration we are here to inaugurate today that they are coming into office with the challenges of leadership which is quiet high base on the current economy reality the nation is facing.

“You are coming into office at a time when leadership sacrifices and capabilities are at its highest demand.

He noted that the good working relationship that had existed between the Commission and NASSLAF will continued and get better with the new Exco.

He said, “We at NASC are assuring you of our cooperation always. Our expectations for the newly executive is for you to improve on the achievements of the immediate past executive.

“We are hopeful that you will work hard, so that together we can move the Commission to the next level”, he said.

While delivering a goodwill message, the Clerk of the National Assembly, Sani Tambawal Magaji, assured the NASSLAF Exco and members of a peaceful working relationship.

He lauds NASSLAF Electoral Committee for the peaceful conduct of its election, the Clark, represented by Barr. B.S Maina, Secretary, Human Resources and Staff Development Directorate, charged the newly elected executive to toll the path of peace.

“The Clerk said I should tell you all that he is a man of peace and that you should expect nothing short of it, so what he wants is that we should sustain the peace experienced during your election.

In his speech, NASSLAF Chairman, Barr. Emeka Nwala, expressed optimism that the days of paying little or no attention to the welfare of members by the NASS management are over.

Barr. Nwala, who was particularly concerned about member’s welfare, said his administration, with the collective efforts of the relevant stakeholders will ensure members welfare receives adequate attention.

“Our member welfare have not received the best of attention even…all our entitlements from the 6th Assembly, to this end my administration is determined with the collective support of all stakeholders to address this lingering issue”, he said.

The high point of the occasion was the issuance of certificates and administration of Oath of office to the newly elected Exco and CWC.

Digniteries Present at the inauguration ceremony was the DG, National Institute of Legislative and Democratic Studie (NILDS), Prof. Abubakar O. Sulaiman, ably represented by Mrs. Rekiya Ibrahim Atta; Clerk of the Senate, Barr. Chinedu Akubuaze, among others.

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