PTAD seeks technology database for effective service delivery

PTAD seeks technology database for effective service delivery

Mariam Sanni, Abuja

 

The new Executive Secretary of Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate(PTAD), Barrister Sharon Ikeazor has sought for well-equipped technology database for effective service delivery.

 

Ikeazor in her acceptance speech at the taking over event in Abuja said the equipment will help in establishing a regime of efficient pensions and gratuities administration and payment.

 

” In order to ensure that PTAD carries out its responsibility diligently, it is important that we are well equipped and enabled to expeditiously update and populate our database through the verification and effective management of pensioners records.

 

”This activity is one of several to establish a regime of efficient pensions and gratuities administration and payment,” she said.

 

She expressed worries on the uncertainty, delay and other challenges that has been in the history of Nigeria pension payment.

 

She urged all stakeholders to be diligent and work as a team in improving the welfare of pensioners, noting that her regime has no tolerance for corruption.

 


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