On the issue of training also raised by the aides, he rebuked the claim, saying that training was not a must for all the aides and that those categories of those entitled to training actually went through the training rather than doing physical cash to them. According to home, “actually, most of the members were not aware of theirs. He said that based on this understanding, all pending issues of differences among them have been put behind them as lawmakers and we’re now ready to face their legislative duties. The legislative aides had embarked on peaceful protest on Tuesday when the lawmakers from the both Chambers resumed from recess over the non-payment of their allowances put at N5. 8billion and threatened to shut the NASS over the matter.
Source: Nigerian Tribune October 11, 2018 17:02 UTC