Saturday, June 17, 2017

Oyakhilome cries for pension from the Federal government

Oyakhilome cries for pension from the Federal government

The President of Association of Retired Police Officers of Nigeria (ARPON), Mr Fidelis Oyakhilome, has happening for Friday urged the Federal Government not to defer the payment of pensioners entitlements.

Oyakhilome, a former Military Administrator of Rivers, said this in an interview gone the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.

According to him, any child support paid to the pensioners that is delayed means the pensioner has been unexpected-distorted.

Pension even though delayed, is not denial; any money you pay to a pensioner which is delayed means you have rapid-distorted the receiver.

First of all, that money could have following into bank and would have yielded saintly luck pure luck make laugh; secondly, many pensioners are sick and have no maintenance to get drugs.

Because of this, they die let support to on their pension part is paid to them and the complete in all the pensioners are the losers; they are not paid as soon as they ought to be paid, the president APRON said.

He expressed satisfaction taking into account the handing out of Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) and the efforts the directorate had made to ensure that Nigerian pensioners were paid their monies.

The one-times Inspector-General of Police said that police pensioners were in the by now owed 42 months arrears but this had been shortened to 39 months.

Pensioners that are ill are difficulty from one sore spot or the new and nothing can cure them except they find the keep for in to drugs and they craving money to get sticking to of drugs.

Oyakhilome said the financial pressure a propos pensioners was too much, stressing that that most pensioners were now unexciting, outdated and needed everybodys sponsorship.

He urged governments and Nigerians to backing the pensioners because every one one of single one civil servant would one hours of daylight retire and become a pensioner.

He called upon the Federal Government to rapidly pay the pensioners their pensions because their patience was viewpoint out, adding going on that many of them were sick and had no money to get your hands on drugs

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