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Youth protest cancellation of recruitment by PENCOM, accuse Acting DG of corruption

A group of protesters has accused Acting Director-General, National Pension Commission (PENCOM) Aisha Dahir-Umar, of corruption, and suspending already concluded recruitment by her predecessor to enable her bring in her candidates. The group, Youth for Change, said her action had resulted in the death of one of the “42” unlucky employees, Muhammed Ajiya.

The group, on Wednesday August 29, said Dahir-Umar was engaged in employment scandal and had increased “exit allowance” for herself and other management cadres in the organization by 300,000. Efforts to speak with management of the institution by Oak TV and other media organizations present at the PENCOM’s head, which was stormed by the placard-carying protesters proved abortive.

A group of protesters has accused Acting Director-General, National Pension Commission (PENCOM) Aisha Dahir-Umar, of corruption, and suspending already concluded recruitment by her predecessor to enable her bring in her candidates. The group, Youth for Change, said her action had resulted in the death of one of the “42” unlucky employees, Muhammed Ajiya.

The group, on Wednesday August 29, said Dahir-Umar was engaged in employment scandal and had increased “exit allowance” for herself and other management cadres in the organization by 300,000. Efforts to speak with management of the institution by Oak TV and other media organizations present at the PENCOM’s head, which was stormed by the placard-carying protesters proved abortive.

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