FMC Discovers Faceless Workers Sponsoring Petitions Against Musa-Olomu, Others - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS

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Tuesday, September 14, 2021

FMC Discovers Faceless Workers Sponsoring Petitions Against Musa-Olomu, Others


ABEOKUTA - The management of Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abeokuta has uncovered two ghost workers allegedly sponsoring frivolous and unfounded petitions against, the Medical Director, Prof. Musa-Olomu and some management staff. 


This, according to a disclaimer statement issued by the hospital's Public Relations, Mr. Segun Orisajo, the two faceless workers are Sunday Anisere and Abdullahi Abiodun.


It would be recalled that, the two unknown workers in the last eight months have petitioned the Federal Ministry of Health indicting the Medical Director, Prof. Adewale Musa-Olomu for alleged mismanagement, irregularities and age falsification.


The unknown workers in connivance with some top management staff kicked against the reappointment of the Prof.  Musa-Olomu as Chief Medical Director of the hospital. 


But Orisajo in the disclaimer, emphasized that, the said Anisere and Abiodun have always claimed to be concerned staff of the hospital, explaining that after painstaking investigation on the duo, the management discovered that their names were not on the nominal roll as workers of the institution.


He said, "the Management of Federal Medical Centre Idi-Aba, Abeokuta, hereby disclaim the identities of the following persons: Sunday Anisere and Abdullahi Abiodun as members of staff in the Centre. 


"The two individuals who claimed to be “concerned staff of Federal Medical Centre Idi-Aba Abeokuta” had in the recent times engaged in the issuance of some spurious allegations and defamatory statements against some members of staff.


"The management, after a painstaking examination of its nominal roll had found out that none of the two names exist as members of staff in the Centre."


The management, however, called on members of the public to disregard any statement that might have emanated from the two fictitious names, addresses and telephone numbers.


"To this end, members of the public and in particular the relevant authorities and agencies are by this publication advised to disregard any statement that might have emanated from the two fictitious names, addresses and telephone numbers whose agenda was targeted at soiling the good name of the Centre and its workforce".

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