Abuja - Retired workers of the Power Holding Company of Nigeria have asked the Federal Government to intervene in the alleged non-payment of their pensions, Punch reports.
The pensioners lamented that the Nigeria Electricity Liability Management Company had not been regular in payment of pensions to the affected persons.
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They said they are undergoing serious economic hardship occasioned by the refusal of the company to pay them their retirement benefits and pensions.
They added that some of their children had been driven out of schools because of the inability of their parents to pay their fees.
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