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Group charges NASSLAF, Press Corps to key into NASS leadership vision

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The newly elected officials of the Nigeria Senate Press Corps, and the newly inaugurated National Assembly Legislative Aides Forum (NASSLAF) are enjoined to key into the National Assembly leadership vision for collective contribution to the nation’s democracy and Development, Nigeria Integrity Movement NIM has said.

While congratulating the elected leadership of both bodies, NIM in a statement issued by Aikulola Lawal in Abuja, said the current leadership in National Assembly Service Commission NASC and the new Clerk to the National Assembly CNA, is a departure from the previous order of ‘anything goes’, against the mission and vision of the National Assembly.

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He said creating an enabling environment through hard work, collaboration with the lawmakers, and by extension the Legislative aides to the Lawmakers has resulted in optimum perfomance of the Legislative arm of governance in Nigeria.

NIM maintained the confidence in the renewed zeal of the federal Lawmakers and the aides through a rededication to their responsibility.

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According to Lawal, this has brought to bear, the promises of the National Assembly Service Commission, Clerk to the National Assembly CNA, of a robust leadership in the new order.

He urged NASSLAF to reciprocate the gesture after getting urgent attention from the new CNA, in terms of payment, remuneration and on the job satisfaction.

He also appealed to the new Senate Press Corps to avoid sensational stories at this point in time, either reports from the overseeing body, NASC and the office of the Clerk to the National Assembly,to avoid overheating the system.

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Lawal urged them to channel their request, inquiry and agitations through the appropriate quaters, rather than relying on rumours to prosecute some of their programmes.

He described the Senate Press Corps, NASSLAF as partners in progress in quest to redirect the activities of the National Assembly, through the supervision of the National Assembly Service Commission NASC.

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