Festus Keyamo, Minister of State for Labour and Employment, has revealed that Nigerian lawmakers have been attempting to affect, who to be employed within the non permanent work scheme as he cleared the air on what led to the row with the legislators.
As earlier reported that Keyamo engaged in a rowdy session with lawmakers throughout a committee assembly over the allocation of N52bn for the creation of 774,000 jobs for Nigerians.
Talking on what led to the difficulty, Keyamo mentioned the lawmakers have been attempting to have a big enter on how the programme needs to be carried out and, who could be a part of the scheme.
He avowed that he wouldn’t give up the programme to their management since their powers beneath the structure doesn’t lengthen to that.
He said that reasonably than give in to compromise from lawmakers or any politicians, he would resign from heading the scheme.