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Aggrieved SSAEAC members sign MoU as FG wades into crisis 


Following intervention of the Federal Government in the crisis rocking the Senior Staff Association of Electricity and Allied Companies (SSAEAC), aggrieved members have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for reconciliation.
The Federal Government, through the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, had called for a truce among the warring parties.
President of SSAEAC, Chris Okonkwo, had at a press briefing in Lagos narrated the genesis of the crisis, which he said resulted from the misunderstanding of the proposal to move the venue of the union’s next National Delegates’ Conference from Kano state to Abuja.
In the MoU reached at the end of the reconciliation meeting between the aggrieved members and its leadership in Abuja, last week, the members apologised for their actions taken since the crisis.


At the end of the meeting, both sides undertook to respect the sanctity of SSAEAC’s constitution and decisions of the Central Executive Committee, National Executive Council and the National Delegates’ Conference.
Both parties agreed that all branches should comply with the constitutional provision of remitting complete dues after deducting 3k per naira.
The parties also agreed that all branches should submit their financial reports from 2016 till date without further delay.
They agreed to abide by the electoral guidelines as already published and in use.

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