PENCOM Pledges to Open OFFICE In ABIA STATE
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Contributing, the Chairman Abia State Public Service Negotiating Council, Comrade Chris Okoro noted that the argument at the House of Assembly Public hearing ended at 13% from government while workers will contribute 5%. He expressed hope that the bill will soon be passed into law.
Speaking earlier, the regional Head, South east National Pension Commission, Mr. Michael Ene, said they are in the State to inform the State Head of Service of the Director General of Pencom’s intention to witness the signing into law of the Pencom bill in the State as well as showcase the State’s economic potentials.
Mr. Ene also disclosed that one of the benefits the State will gain from Federal Government, is the ability to access the #900 million infrastructure gap which is given to States that are into contributory pension scheme, assuring that Pencom will be glad to establish an office in Abia if provided with land.