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    Saraki orders audit of N’Assembly workers


    Leke Baiyewu, Abuja

    President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has directed the management of the National Assembly to carry out a “comprehensive human resource audit.”

    The Chief of Staff to the Senate President, Senator Isa Galaudu, in a letter to the Clerk to the National Assembly, Mohammed Sani-Omolori, said the measure is aimed at “verifying the skills, efficiency and motivation of the employees of the National Assembly.”

    The letter was dated December 16, 2016, and titled, ‘Carrying Out a Comprehensive Human Resource Audit in the National Assembly.”

    Saraki asked Sani-Omolori to engage the services of an independent auditing firm, adding that the task should be concluded within three months.

    It reads, “We have made commendable strides in our continuous endeavor to attain the goals set out in the legislative agenda of the 8th National Assembly. We however must continue to deploy clear strategies that meet the challenges facing this institution and capitalise on the strengths that we possess.

    “Even the best strategy will ultimately fail without the right people in the right places to execute it. Thus, it has become apparent that, at this juncture, one of the true challenges of the National Assembly is human capital.

    “I hereby convey the decision of the President of the Senate that you carry out comprehensive human resource audit. You should kindly therefore engage the services of a reputable consulting firm with adequate human resources expertise to carry out a complete review and produce a report verifying the skills, efficiency and motivation of the employees of the National Assembly.

    “Expected outcome of this engagement is a detailed assessment of the nominal roll, succession plan and, furthermore, to identify possible vacancies, duplications, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, limitations and developmental needs of the existing organisational structure of the National Assembly.

    “The President of the Senate expects the assessment to be completed within 90 days and progress reports be submitted regularly until completion.”

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