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10 years pension arrears: FMB pensioners groan, seeks FG’s intervention despite Court Judgment

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Pensioners of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, FMBN, have appealed to the Federal Government for intervention over non payment of their pension and its arrears for a long time by the Management of Bank despite a subsisting Court judgment in their favour.

The plea was contained in a reminder letter by the Pensioners under the umbrella of Nigeria Union of Pensioners, NUP, (FMBN Chapter ) signed by its National President, Chief Ladipo Ani dated October 8th this year and addressed to the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Boss Muatapha which was made available to news men in Abuja over the weekend.

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The Pensioners pleaded with the SGF that the matter should be of concern and should be given urgent attention considering the vulnerability of their members in the Society.

According the Pensioners, “it is instructive that more than 20 of our members have died within the past Six months due to lack of adequate medical care despite the fact that we have been on this struggle for more than 10 years.

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“The sentiment expressed here is truly a reflection of the mood and parlours situation our members found themselves after offering the Nation meritorious Services”.

The Pensioners referred to a letter dated May 4 this year which was a response to the SGF’s request for the clarification on the disputed amount being owed by the bank on the information during the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 briefing.

According to the Pensioners, “we are not unaware that the matter has reached our supervisory Ministry, the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing

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“Our humble request Sir, is that our matter should be of concern and should be given urgent attention considering the vulnerability of our members”.

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