Non-Professionals Should Not Be Appointed Directors In Aviation Industry, Says ANAP
The Association of Nigeria Aviation Professionals (ANAP) has condemned the imposition of some non-professionals as directors in the aviation in the aviation industry leading to lack of productivity in the system
Comrade Abdulrasaq Saidu, General secretary ANAP, who decided this while exchanging views with journalists in his office on the essence of the May Day celebration, lamented that the appointments of most of the directors in system needed to be reviewed and allow professionals to handle sensitive positions at the directorate by bringing them on.
Saidu noted that though the chief executives were professionals, some of these directors were frustrating them because of poor knowledge of the job which were normally done by their subordinates. He traced the origin of the appointment of non-professionals to a result of the absence of the governing board of agencies adding that it had affected workers’ conditions of service at the agencies for over seven years.
Saidu explained that aviation workers were agitated and frustrated as a result of the neglect as they were not happy working under the helpless conditions.
ANAP scribe said all the Unions had done everything possible to sustain industrial harmony but the aviation ministry remained a clog in the wheel of progress by neglecting workers welfare and hijacking the workers’ functions concerning the condition of service.
Saidu commended workers in the aviation sector for their resilience and struggle towards building greater work force and urged them not relent.