By Ogechi Okorie
Abuja (Precise Post) – Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria, (PASAN) has assured the management of the National Assembly of a harmonious working relationship in the interest of all the stakeholders.
The lPASAN chairman, Comrade Sunday Sabiyyi made the disclosure when he received an award presented to him by the Youth Initiative for Peace and Good Governance in Abuja.
Sabiyyi reiterated that what happened with the immediate past Clerk to the National Assembly, (CAN), Mohammed Sani-Omolori will not be repeated, saying “because we have a cordial relationship with the Acting CNA even before his appointment as CNA”.
He noted that PASAN will consult with the leadership of the National Assembly, the commission and the management, adding that the “National Assembly is the eye of the nation where laws are made”.
“What happened with the past Clerk to the National Assembly will not happen again, because we have a cordial relationship with the present CNA, Mr. Ojo Olatunde, even before now”, he said.
“We will work with the leadership of the National Assembly, comprising the Senate President, the Speaker, the commission and the management, we are going to work together and have a good relationship.
“We will consult when the need arises. We believe Nigeria today, will change from the National Assembly, because we know National Assembly is the eye of the nation, where laws are made.
“PASAN will give full support to the management to create a good environment so that we can move forward, adding “we believe the welfare of staff and even the structure of National Assembly will change”, Sabiyyi added.
He however tasked the youths to always choose the path of peace, reconciliation and integrity, citing the words of John F. Kennedy, “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”.
“The youths of Nigeria are strong, we are not lazy; we have not lost focus, adding “there is no trade that the Nigerian youth would venture into that would not succeed. Go to foreign countries, the best doctors are Nigerians”, Sabiyyi added.