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Chairman Air Peace, Chief Allen Onyema

Onyema bemoans NCAA staff remuneration says FG needs to do more

IN an effort to ensure that the regulatory body of the aviation industry retains its most experienced hands, Chief Executive Officer/Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has called on the Federal  Government to upwardly review the salaries of staff of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA

This just as he has said it  will be a key move because the NCAA cannot poach experienced hands from airlines as the wherewithal to pay these people is not ther

Onyema made the call at the 2021 Brazil-Nigeria Aviation and Defence Trade Forum 2021 organised by the Embassy of Brazil on Monday, October 25, 2021, in Abuja

Onyema stressed that the salary review is needed for the aviation regulatory body to attract and retain the best talents with the requisite experience and qualifications to discharge their oversight responsibilities creditably

He stated that the agency is not able to poach top talent in the industry because its salary structure leaves much to be desired, adding that the Federal Government should remove the NCAA from the civil service salary structure

He hinted that some of the people working in the agency are due for retirement and tired but still in service because the NCAA cannot afford to hire quality staff to replace them

“Their salaries should be upwardly reviewed to match the airlines’ salary structure, as nobody wants to go there to work but they(current staff) are doing their best, which is very commendable. This is a patriotic call”, he said.

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