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BOA is not legally bound to honor NASS Order, resolution – Babaji

Gabriel Udeh, kaduna

Few months after recruitment scam controversies in Bank of Agriculture, BOA, the bank management staff has reportedly employed the wife of the Son of the Legal Adviser of the bank through the back door.

The bank, earlier accused of employing the Son of the legal adviser of the bank, Mohammed Haruna Babaji, and other children of top management staff have however denied employing any new staff outside the 324 sacked staff.

But dependable sources in the bank revealed to our correspondent that a daughter-in-law of Babaji who’s Son was allegedly interviewed and secretly employed and placed on salary while in 300 level in the university, has also been engaged in Kano and currently on her induction course in Kaduna headquarters of the bank.

BOA management staff led by Managing Director MD,/CEO, Alhaji Kabir Mohammed Adamu had consistently denied recruiting their children or any members of the immediate family of management staffs against the House of Representatives Committee on Compliances’ directive that the bank should review the case of sacked 324 staffs and returned those qualified and settled those who cannot be returned before outsourcing staffs.

it would be recalled that Legal Aid Council and solicitors to Chairman of the unjustly terminated staff of the bank, Christian Agada, and 324 others had on 2nd December 2015, petitioned the Bank management on alleged wrongful termination of the appointments of the 324 staffs, a matter that is yet to be resolved by the management of the bank.

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