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Abudulganiyu prioritises Firemen welfare, pays over 2000 personnel all arrears since 2016 to date

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By Victoria Onehi

The Controller-General of the Federal Fire Service (FFS) Engr Jaji O Abudulganiyu, has fulfilled his promise to pay all outstanding salary and promotion arrears owed to the men of the service. 

Over 2000 personnel were paid  their arrears covering 2016 to date ranging from 1-5 months and 1 year respectively. 

A statement by the National Public Relations Officer ACF Abraham O. Paul disclosed that the settlement of outstanding arrears not only provides much-needed financial relief to the affected individuals but also serves as an acknowledgement of their dedicated service to the Federal Fire Service. 

During the celebration of his 100 days in office, Engr Jaji O Abudulganiyu had vowed to prioritiae the settlement of all pending arrears and enhance the welfare of the Federal Fire Service staff. 

The settlement of outstanding arrears of the affected officers is not just a fulfilment of a promise; it is a testament to Engr Jaji O Abudulganiyu’s vision for the Federal Fire Service. By prioritising employee welfare and recognising their contributions, he is fostering a culture of appreciation, motivation, and excellence within the service. 

The statement reads in part: “The CGF’s proactive approach towards improving staff welfare extends beyond the settlement of arrear payments. Since assuming office, he has implemented various measures to enhance the overall well-being of the entire workforce. His leadership style prioritises the needs and concerns of the staff, aiming to create a conducive and supportive environment for optimal productivity and job satisfaction.”

“Under  his guidance, the Federal Fire Service has witnessed positive changes that have positively impacted both the staff and the organisation as a whole. From comprehensive training programs to acquiring state-of-the-art firefighting equipment, Engr Jaji O Abudulganiyu has demonstrated his commitment to transforming the service into a world-class institution.”

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