The organized labour in Borno has queried the claimed by the state Screening Committe of saving N500 million from the ongoing screening and biometric data capture of workers in the state.
The State NLC chairman, Bulama Abiso made this known to newsmen on Saturday after a meeting of organized labour.
Abiso said it was wrong for the committee to make such claim when many workers names were ommitted, while some of those captured were yet to be paid among other pending issues of staff welfare.
He said the organized labour were not convinced with the claim, adding that the latest action of the Head of Biometric Unit, Bako Adamu, who organized an award ceremony to celebrate the success of the exercise without the knowledge of the organized labour was unacceptable.
Abiso said that the organized labour in their meeting resolved demanded for the removal of Adamu.
When contacted, Adamu declined comment pointing out that as civil servant he needed to take permission from the Head of Service before speaking to the media.