The Chairman, Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), Engr. Elias Mbam has said that any chief executive that does not take seriously the welfare of its workforce is bound to run into trouble.
The RMAFC chairman said this while declaring open the 54th Federal Executive Council meeting of the National civil service union on Tuesday in Abuja.
The RMAFC chairman noted that thought some of the workers demand may be difficult on face value “but if you go home and think you will discover that they are right.” Responding National President of the Union, Comrade Lawrence Amaechi, assured the RMAFC chairman that the Union will continue to support the commission wherever it can.
Meanwhile, the Commission on Tuesday held a veledictory session for the commissioner representing Kogi State, Suleiman Kokori Abdul, who died November 14 2020, after protracted illness.
The RMAFC chairman enjoined the family of the late Abdul to emulate his legacy saying he lived a life worthy of emulation.
According to Mbam, a dear colleague, member and friend is no more.
“The grim reaper must have done its own, but perhaps what remains indelible today was that the late Hon. Suleiman Kokori lived a good, active and fulfilled life,” he said.
While describing the late commissioners’ death as a ‘rude shock’ to RMAFC, Mbam consoled “with the bereaved family, the government of Kogi State and the entire members and staff of the RMAFC. My prayer is that Allah grants the soul of the departed Aljanah and a smooth passage
In his remarks, the son of the late commissioner, Kabiru said the demise of his father was not just a painful one but an irreparable loss.