Reports coming in has it that the Senate President Bukola Saraki has relieved his director of protocol of his duties, head of administration and 96 others to scale down the number of his aides.
We gathered sack letters was issued through the office of the Chief of staff, Hakeem Baba-Ahmed.
To this effect, the number of aides with the Senate President Bukola Saraki has reduced from over 300 to a little above 200.
One of Saraki’s Aide who spoke about the sack said that the last batch of the affected aides were given their sack letters on Tuesday.
“They started last Wednesday and they have finished distributing the letters on Tuesday. Out of the 300 aides, about 100 were affected. You know we have some of our colleagues that are based in Kwara,”
He said among those affected were the director of protocol, Arthur Ndiwe and the head of administration, Mrs. Folasade Adigun.
Report reaching MashableNg has it that the Special Adviser to Saraki on legal matters, Ibrahim Tukur El-Sudi has also resigned.
Another source in Saraki’s office, who also confirmed the mass sack, said the majority of those affected were the staff of the National Assembly, who has been on secondment for over a decade.
The source who doesn’t want to be named said others who were affected are those who were redundant and are not ‘adding value’ to the system