In response to the two-day warning strike called by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), the Nasarawa State House of Assembly Service Commission has decided to reschedule the screening of candidates vying for the position of legislative aides for the 7th State House of Assembly. Originally slated for September 6, the screening date has been shifted to September 7, 2023.
This development was conveyed through a statement issued by Mr. Muhammed Musa, the Secretary of the commission, on Tuesday in Lafia. The commission has urged prospective candidates to ensure they bring their original and photocopies of credentials, along with two passport photographs, to the screening.
The announcement also requires all Honorable Members to notify their prospective aides, those whose names have been submitted for appointments as Personal Assistants (PAs) and Special Assistants (SAs), about this one-day shift in the schedule. The screening will now take place on Thursday, September 7, 2023, starting at 10 a.m.
The venue for the screening remains the office of the Chairman of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly Service Commission, located within the State Assembly Complex in Lafia.
In light of this change, the commission expressed its regrets for any inconveniences caused by the rescheduling of this vital Nasarawa legislative aide screening process.
By Grace Olaogun