The House of Representatives Committee on Telecommunications yesterday demanded payment details of all expatriates working in the telecommunications sector of Dizzengof West Africa (Nigeria).
The committee also demanded the expatriate contact , resident costs, immigration papers as well as NOTAP technology transfer agreement for the expatriates.
Chairman of the committee, Hon. Saheed Akinade-Fijabi made these demands during an investigative hearing on the massive loss of job and revenue reduction in the sector.
The committee also seek to understand the contractual relationship between Dizzengof West Africa (Nigeria) and it’s parent company.
“Specifically, we need to know what they do, the technical training and knowledge they have impacted on Nigerians within the period they have worked. There is no way you will be dealing with telecommunication without technology transfer, so you should have the agreement. We also need to have the total payment to expatriates in the telecommunications sector in naira or whatever currency, ” he said.
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Dizzengof (Nigeria) Auhi Ritronen had explained that most of the expatriates in Dizzengof were working in Nigeria prior to their engagement with the company.
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