Boards Lack Power To Suspend CEOs Of Parastatals

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Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, yesterday told governing boards of federal Parastatals, universities and medical centres that they don’t have the constitutional power to suspend or remove a chief executive appointed by the president. The SGF stated this at the Induction programme for batches 2,3 and 4 governing board members […]

 

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You lack powers to suspend, sack, SGF tells boardsThe Secretary to SGF, Boss Mustapha, tells the governing boards and councils of federal parastatals, universities and medical institutions that they lack the powers to suspend or sack a chief executive appointed by the president. ICYMI Nigeria This cannot be true. Then why have a governing board without the power of governance and accountability leadership.
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NHIS: No govt. Board has no power to suspend CEOs of parastatals - SGF - Vanguard NewsNo governing board of a Federal agency or parastatal has the power to remove the chief executive appointed by the President, the secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha declared today. He was not removed,he was suspended. It is impossible for the president to be unaware of this case. Subsequent leadership will say he was complacent in the face of brazen corrupt practices. The boss at ICPC will also have this on them as a stain if they remain silent.
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You’ve No Power to Suspend CEOs of Your Organisations, SGF Tells Boards - THISDAYLIVEApparently referring to the crisis in the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, has warned chairmen of boards of parastatals and agencies not to interfere in the administration of their organisations. Mustapha gave the warning yesterday at the induction of board members of some agencies, …
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In a veiled reference to the suspension of the Executive Secretary of the NHIS, Usman Yusuf, by its board, the SGF said governing boards did not have power to suspend or remove a chief executive appointed by the president without due process.
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SGF to Boards: You’ve no power to suspend chief executives of your organisationsThe SGF asks boards to report to their ministries through the permanent secretaries for effectiveness, guidance and policy coordination. is this according to the law or according to the SGF? Hopefully, this blatant impunity will end by 2019 when Buhari is REMOVED.😠😬😡 It's been the Norm! Even those who practised it for 16yrs, are now playing the Ostrich. The Board makes Recommendations!
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You Have No Power To Suspend Or Remove, SGF Tells Governing BoardsThe Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha has told the Governing Boards of Federal Parastatals, Universities and Medical Centres that they don’t have powers to suspend or remove a Chief Executive appointed by the President without due process. According to a statement by his media office, Boss Mustapha stated this at […] In every rumour there is an element of truth. Let's do the right thing. Conscience is an open wound only truth can heal it. Hope that Goddess at NHIS heard you, Boss. Her appointment is part-time but she has converted her own as permanent, with paraphernalia of office to match, usurping the powers of the Chief Executive Officer and undermining his authority.
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