Niger Delta Civil Servants Congress NDCSC, has accused the Interim Administrator, Presidential Amnesty Programme PAP, Major-General Barry Ndiomu (retd) of harassing PAP members of staff over supposed leakage of confidential documents.
NDCSC warned the PAP boss to desist from the alleged ongoing harassment and render an unreserved apology to Nigerian Workers, especially its civil service.
The group noted that if Ndiomu fails to apologize, it will write to the Labour Unions to seek justice.
NDCSC Convener, Wisdom Bonfieme, in a statement in Port Harcourt, on Monday, urged the PAP boss to accept responsibility for what he described as an embarrassing leakage instead of allegedly subjecting employees of the office to unfair treatments.
Bonfieme claimed that, “Ndiomu resorted to confiscating mobile phones of workers subjecting innocent employees to pains and harsh working environment. We have a painful circular with us which suggests that Ndiomu actually stopped members of staff from using their phones in the Program’s premises.
“Some members of staff, who spoke with us on grounds of anonymity expressed sadness at the development and how the environment is being run highhandedly and that they work in hostile environment.
“We call on Ndiomu to behave as a leader and accept the responsibility for the leakage. He shouldn’t push his shortcomings to his innocent members of staff serving our fatherland.
“We read reports by groups who accused Ndiomu of leaking the documents to support his party, the People’s Democratic Party PDP, and its governorship candidate in the forthcoming Bayelsa election, but that is not our concern, our concern is for Ndiomu to accept his lapses and stop intimidating Nigerian workers with soldiers.”
Bonfieme continued that, “We call on Ndiomu to offer an unreserved apology to Nigerian Workers, especially its civil service, lest we write to the Labour Union to seek justice.”