FG faces legal threats from South-West Pensioners.

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The Nigeria Union of Pensioners (NUP), has threatened to drag the Federal government to court for attempting to scrap the Pension Transitional Arrangements Directorate (PTAD) without legislative approval.
The pensioners in the Southwest, on Friday, said this in a communique made available to journalists in Abeokuta, after their meeting on Thursday.
The Oronsaye report noted that there were 541 parastatals, commissions and agencies and recommended that 263 of the agencies should be reduced to 161, 38 agencies abolished and 52 merged.

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