ASCSN not for questionable characters like you – Balogun berates Andrew Emelieze

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The chairman of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) Oyo State chapter, Comrade Babatunde Balogun has said the Association is not for questionable characters like Mr. Andrew Emelieze.

 

He stated this in a press release which was made available to journalists while reacting to the false claims and character defamation against some national leaders of the Union.

 

Balogun who described Andrew and his allies as desperate persons camouflaging as comrades urged them to seek abode elsewhere, adding that ASCSN is a distinct labour organization that do not harbour questionable characters.

 

He noted that Andrew Emelieze and his co travelers had been expelled from the Union since 2021.

 

According to him, “The claims that the sum of N10 billion naira has been embezzled by some officials of the national leadership of the Union is not only untrue but highly laughable. The question is, how many civil servants are paying dues to ASCSN? How much is our annual income that an individual will cart away with such an amount? Something must be surely wrong somewhere for any right thinking person to make such a bogus claim. All this can be known via IPPIS which is the centralized Federal Government payment modes.

 

“Fundamentally speaking, when you look at the energies these persons are investing to pull-down the Association, you will agree with me that they have ulterior motives. Andrew should let the world know what he has been promised for going to the ridiculous extent of making frivolous claims.

 

“From my personal prognosis, I discovered that Andrew is fighting dirty because he intends to forcefully use the platform as a shield for his sponsor from criminal prosecution of alleged child trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable with NAPTIP.

 

“The incumbent national leadership is working tirelessly to jealously protect the integrity and image of ASCSN. The child trafficking matter is still in court and Andrew and his cohorts should wait for the outcome rather than descending to the gutter level. The Nigeria Police and other security agencies are advised to be wary of these antics and stay off labour related matters.

 

“And lastly, I want to assure our genuine members that we will do all within our capacity to ensure that these scavengers do not hijack the platform as they tried to do in Lagos few days ago. The image, funds and properties of our dear union will tirelessly be protected and used to propagate and advance the course of senior civil servants in Nigeria.”

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