Thursday, 25 October 2018

Labour Union calls on Buhari to immediately sack NHIS executive secretary over monetary tricks

Labour Union calls on Buhari to immediately sack NHIS executive secretary over

Composed work under the protection of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has approached President Muhammadu Buhari to sack the troubled official secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Prof Usman Yusuf.

The affiliation decided in a press articulation issued by its secretary general, Comrade Alade Bashir Lawal, on Wednesday, October 24, Tribune reports.

The ASCSN called attention to that the NHIS's Governing Council had suspended Yusuf a week ago, for supposed monetary tricks including trucking endlessly NHIS office types of gear to his living arrangement, cushioning of the financial plan of the plan, an endeavor to illicitly put N30 billion in FGN securities, and putting his relatives in vital workplaces for reasons for siphoning assets through questionable contract grants.

The union stated: “Professor Yusuf may think that his primordial affinity with the president, because they hail from Katsina state, is a license for him to be lawless.”

The affiliation additionally brought up other asserted bad behaviors including resistance and hatred for the clergyman of wellbeing and individuals from the Governing Council of the plan, corrective posting out of association authorities from the NHIS central station to make fruitful reason for his monetary acts of neglect, and claimed swelling of biometric catching machines.

It reviewed that the wellbeing pastor, Professor Isaac Adewole, had suspended Yusuf in 2017, after a managerial board of enquiry discovered him liable of extortion; just for him to be restored by President Buhari.

The affiliation encouraged the president to end Yusuf's arrangement promptly, not exclusively to demonstrate that he isn't supporting Yusuf's inclination for flawed exchanges, however more essentially, to reestablish mental stability to the National Health Insurance Scheme in light of a legitimate concern for the Nigerian task.

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