Abuja - Workers of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development protested against the alleged reappointment of the Special Assistant to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Fidelia Njeze, as NEPAD’s Coordinator/Chief Executive, Punch reports.
The protest at the agency degenerated into fisticuffs as some of the workers loyal to Njeze tried to stop the larger number of the employees from going outside the premises of the organisation.
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The special adviser, whose job was meant to end at the expiration of the tenure of the former President, called some directors of the agency last Thursday to announce her new portfolio as the coordinator.
Njeze was said to claimed that she was appointed the coordinator of NEPAD by the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Pius Anyim.
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