PTAD Removes Unverified Parastatals Pensioners from Its Payroll.
The Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) has concluded arrangements to remove 21,227 (Twenty-One Thousand, Two Hundred and Twenty-Seven) Parastatal Pensioners who are on the Directorate’s payroll with effect from October 2020.
The affected Parastatal Pensioners are those that did not turn up for the Directorate’s 2019 PaPD Nationwide and In-House verification exercises. Also, they neither submitted documentary request for mobile verification nor registered as Diaspora Pensioners.
Documented Diaspora Pensioners and Pensioners who requested for mobile verification, but are not yet verified, have also been added to the documented Pensioners pending when it would be convenient for them to be verified.
The list of the affected pensioners had been given to the Pension Unions/Associations/ Agencies and Institutes since July 2020 for dissemination and sensitization of their members and to give a feedback to the Directorate. The list can also be found on the PTAD website;
However, in view of the Covid-19 lockdown, PTAD has released some guidelines which bonafide Pensioners amongst the identified 21,227 pensioners with authentic documents should follow to ensure that their names are not removed from the payroll:
- Pensioners who are resident overseas (Diaspora Pensioners), should please scan all their career records, bank statement, BVN Slip with picture, mobile number, email address, resident permit, data page of international passport showing picture and personal details, certificate of aliveness from the nearest Nigeria Embassy and send to the email address: [email protected]
- Pensioners who are sick should scan all their career records, bank statement, BVN Slip with picture, mobile number, email address, national identity card or national driver’s license, medical report from a Government Hospital and send to the email address: [email protected]
- Pensioners who are neither sick nor resident abroad but missed the verification exercises of 2019, should please scan all their career records, bank statement, BVN Slip with picture, mobile number, email address, national identity card or national driver’s license, and send to the email address: [email protected] to be scheduled for verification;
- In the unlikely event that a Pensioner has been previously verified by the Directorate but still find their name on the list, they should scan their verification slip and send to this Email Address: [email protected]
To check their name on the list, Pensioners are required to input their account number and the name of the Agency they retired from. If the Pensioner’s details do not open up, it means that the pensioner’s name is not on the list of those who are to be removed from the payroll.
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