PensionNigeria Weekly Newsletter for Week Ended 08 December 2019. – PensionNigeria

PensionNigeria Weekly Newsletter for Week Ended 08 December 2019.

PensionNigeria Weekly Newsletter for Week Ended 08 December 2019.

In this issue,
House of Reps Queries PenCom on Spending IGR
FG to look into State Executive Pension
FG Owes Pensioners over N400bn
State and PTAD Pension News
Maina Secret Bank Account

Read full news below.

Regulatory News

House of Representatives Committee Queries National Pension Commission over How it Spends its Internally Generated Revenue. Read full news here

General Pension News

Attorney General of the Federation Responds to Court Order to Recover Pension Paid to Serving Senators and Ministers. Read full news here

FG Owes Pensioners over N400bn, says Senate. Here is what Senate plans to do to clear the backlog

Court Orders FG To Recover Money Collected By Former Governors as Pension and also Challenge, Read full news here

Nigeria Union of Pensioners sue Ministry of Labour and Employment over Contributory Pensioners Union of Nigeria. Read full news here

Pension Fraud

N2bn Fraud: How Maina Used Sister’s Name to Run Secret Bank Account – Witness. Read full news here

State Pension News

Yobe State Governor Approves N247m for Payment of Gratuity and Pension Arrears. Read full news here

Cross River State is Owing Retirees from 2014. Read full news here

Jigawa State Pensioners Request Minimum Pension as the State Government Signs Minimum Wage for Workers. Read full news here


PTAD Executive Secretary Speaks on 33% Pension Arrears, Verification, Plans to Enrol Retirees on Health Insurance Scheme, On-Going Database Sanitisation and other Pension Issues. Read about it here

Federal Universities Pensioners Association (FUPA) Commends PTAD ES on Open Door Policy as she provides Update on Minimum Pension, BVN Issues, 33% Pension Arrears, National Health insurance etc. Get all the details here

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