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Friday, 10 January 2014

Caverton Helicopter expatriate manager resigns over unpaid salaries of Nigerian staff

An expatriate manager at Caverton Helicopters, has reportedly resigned from the company over the unfair treatment of his Nigerian colleagues during the yuletide season, PM News reports.
Surendra Bhagwandass, a Base Maintenance Manager at Caverton Helicopters, a company that has contracts spanning from Shell to Total, said he became frustrated that while he was being well taken care of, Nigerian workers were poorly paid and their salaries were sometimes delayed. He said it was a security breach not to pay people who work for oil companies.
“Shame on you guys,” he told Caverton management in an email distributed to most staff and obtained by a PM News correspondent.
“(I) heard from the people I work with that they are not paid for the festive season. This is a security breach as I now feel uncomfortable to travel and work with, while you guys have a merry time. Please have a heart as these people have family while you all enjoy the best. Being with your family and Happy.
“You all break record as the only Company in the World not to pay your workers.
“Shame on you guys,” the expatriate said.

But Doyin Alegbe, a Personal Assistant to Caverton Managing Director, Mr. Shola Falola, dismissed the letter saying that it was “a gross case of insubordination”

She said because expatriate workers are paid in dollars and Nigerian staff are paid in Naira, the company had challenges selling the dollars and this caused some delay in December.

She said everyone has now been paid.

She said Caverton does not discriminate between Nigerians and expatriate workers.
But some Nigerian workers who spoke with our correspondent said while expatriate staff are paid in dollars, Nigerian workers who put more effort and spend more hours at work, earn less.

Among the allegations, the staff said there was no salary structure and promotion was almost non existent for Nigerian workers.

The staff said while local workers are not given accommodation or security escorts, expatriates enjoy all the benefits but come to work late and leave before them.

“They earn dollars, we earn naira but we work more than them. Several staff have been attacked because you need to leave your house around 4 o’clock in the morning. There is no security for us. But they enjoy everything in our country,” a staff said, pleading anonymity.
The staff accused Caverton of promising oil companies such as SHELL that it will take good care of staff, but not doing so once the contract is signed.

“We signed a contract with SHELL for N94 billion,” he said, adding that the money doesn’t trickle down to Nigerian staff.


Source: PM News

114 comments:

BONARIO NNAGS said...

awww! what a way to go,we need more of him in this country.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

Anonymous said...

Nigeria has missed the plot ages ago.

Anonymous said...

Can't say I blame the expatriate- working in Nigeria is indeed risky business when the Nigerians below you are not being well compensated for working harder than you!

senena Ibhugom said...

Kudos to dat guy...he really has a heart full of compassion.

Rauzmeiri said...

Thumbs up!

bonita bislam said...

OMG so gud ppl lik dis exist?Dat means there is still hope in heaven 4 thousands 2b there!

Chika Ekesi said...

Na only oyebo person fit do something like this. Food for tot my peeps

Alloy Chikezie said...

How person go they work and them no go pay am salary? Na wa o


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chemmywalata walata said...

It is only dis shameful country that dis kinda thing will be happening make them try am for their country stupid ppl n our govt are so dumb they won't do anyfin smh

olori said...

If this is true,its really wicked of the company and that is really humanitarian of the expatriate a nigerian manager would never do that. Caverton do the right thing

njideka nkem said...

Okkkkk

Anonymous said...

Nigerians are terrible people! I believe the story. Its a common thing for companies to owe their staff and not to pay. Its all suffering and smiling! If you cry, nobody does anything! The height of callousness and wickedness!

ONYX GODWIN said...

Wonder wat labour z doin bout dz... our workers r always maltreated.... worse tins happen in d companies here in agbara

Franklin Onyejaju said...

Welcome to Nigeria.
A typical case is that of former Zoom Mobile whose chairman (Annie Okonkwo of APC) lives just across the Lagoon from Caverton who didn’t pay his staff for 8 months.
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Anonymous said...

Yes..dis is sooooo true...dey owe dere workers..dey pay very very late....not fair @all...a frnd of mine jst resigned too..its too fustrating...dey shld do something abt it..tanks

Anonymous said...

Even in our own country..the whites still teach us by showing example...I dare any nigerian to do so...

Mo'banks. **next to blow**

Apple said...

Nigerians always treat their own like slaves.

Anonymous said...

Just imagine. #rubbish

Anonymous said...

This is how nigeria is, they like to glorify Expatriates and commonise their own! This is wat is also happenin in my office and is even our GM that is a south african that fights for us, she fights for our service charge e.t.c. I don't know when nigerians will start respectin their own SMH

Anonymous said...

Nigerian labour congress and peter esele and co this is ur core duty not just going on propaganda strike. This is an insult on our collective psyche. Zionzukki

Anonymous said...

I've said it b4,I'm saying it now and I'll say it again,we(Nigerians)are our own enemies,nothing will ever change or take its rightful place/position if we don't put a stop to placing the whites above us,I can imagine this happening in the US! So so sad!
*ajokeade*

Anonymous said...

Smh...God dey look all of us!!!

fase oluwafunmilayo said...

Okay...

Anonymous said...

the man didn't even resign, even if he did, he did under duress, has he was forced(bundled) out of his lagos apartment by immigration officers who were invited to evict him by mgt of caverton.

Joy Chidinma said...

Who's this expatriate? I want to take him to Mama1 He just bought my heart...wish every foreigner in Nigeria can be like him. Yes! Shame on his Nigerian employers! SHAME!!!

Eja nla! said...

This is unfair if it's true.

Ela Nneka Mbaomah said...

We still have a long way to go. Were in d world are non indigenous workers paid more? Only in Nigeria. We don't appreciate our own, we only appreciate anything with bleached complexion.

Kamtochukwu Anene-Udeh said...

This is bad...At least someone did something,if he really resigned,it's either his ancestors were really bad to slaves and he feels pity,or he's an Angel of a man

dorcas akpan said...

What a shame.....

Anonymous said...

Isn't it gross wickedness. Its a pity, even in our own country we r threat like slaves.

Anonymous said...

I cry everytime i read this trash about my country; lord why must it continue like this; in ghana n even zimbabwe u can nvr establish a firm n treat d citizenry anyway u choose; never!!! Ppls I'll wanna correct this flaws; lord help us; my fada land is dying; I just cant stand this... Hlp oh lord

yusuf said...

That is nigeria company mentality. They treat foreigners well and forget their own brothers n sisters at work

Anonymous said...

see gobe..

Anonymous said...

see gobe..

Rosenkrantz said...

When Nigerians don't love and respect our fellow country man, how will this country every progress. Linda I have a major crush on you, and I don't care about your money cos I have a good paying job. I would love to have a date with you.

bella okon said...

Not strange at all, it's only annoying that we treat these expatriates as small gods.

YMCMB said...

Very sucks country call Nigeria

Anonymous said...

That's how it is.unfortunately,we stay because the labor market out there is brutal.

Anonymous said...

this company should be reported to the authority.

Anonymous said...

See how we treat ourselves? a big shame on our leaders. My company deducted some amounts from all staff salaries all thru the year to be given as 13th month in December. But when the time came to pay, our 'bible teacher' Chairman refused to pay despite preaching Jesus every morning!

Anonymous said...

Its a pity Employment law is not been adhered to in Nigeria.Big organisations like caverton should have a proper pay structure.where are the workers union in Nigeria?Every employee should be able to join a union that will represent them in situations like this.SHAME ON U CAVERTON

Anonymous said...

Jesu!

Sleek Iluminada said...

May God bless him, may his children never lack, I'm so racist and inhuman but tis story has moved me

temmi said...

its true!! i knw what this guy is saying cos i work with expatriates too!! u need to see what they earn!! u'd jst die! Nigeria is such a useless country!! vey useless

Anonymous said...

Madam which dollar is hard to sale abeg look for another excuse, Nigerians maltreating Nigerians.

Anonymous said...

I hope NLC is aware of this issue cos it calls for investigation.. Mr. Shola talkin bout dollars change to naira b4 payment of salary is talkin rubish..Absolute non-sense..

Amarachukwu said...

We need more of him in this country.

rexovic said...

there has to be something wrong some where .... all dis expats are the same jor, they come here and behave like mini gods and our pple reverend dem !!! shit happens !! they hardly wanna leave the country except they are forced to like dis case... i once had a GM who wept beofre all staff bcos he was asked to leave ...this guy had issues nii abeg ! he cant leave bcos hes fighting for nigarian staff ..

Anonymous said...

For speaking up, the guy's got a conscience. Modern day slavery....... not new anyway

Abbey said...

Caverton only learnt from SHELL,this has been the practice in the oil and gas to treat Nigerians as second-class employee in their own country,I have been there and seen it all,no foreign oil and gas company is exempted,PENGASSAN has gone on strike for these sort of issues without any respite,our politicians have ignored these treatment without a care,well,what goes around comes around...the expatriate may have thought,it's not just a coincidence that Nigerians kidnap politicians and expatriate oil workers,it all adds up...it's called jungle justice or you call it karma.

When patriotic Nigerians in high places take this approach to the pathetic Nigeria situation then Nigeria will become a better place example,I don't understand what Okonjo is still doing with Jonathan and Sanusi's action to Jonathan to me looks like a good example of a patriotic Nigerian but I won't be surprised if 90% of Nigerians supports Jonathan on his disregard for the rule of law...get the picture after all that is how we ended up with leaders like Jonathan in the first place. Clueless Nigerians(90%).

supremacydone said...

I knew the manager can't be nigerian! Naija guy resign on behalf of odas?! Lol the wife will pack his loads outside!

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ify said...

GO LINDA....REPORT MORE INJUSTICE...

Anonymous said...

How can this woman day that they found it difficult selling dollars in december when people where looking for dollars everywhere to do business with, hmmm God have mercy on us all

Anonymous said...

This expatriate deserves a national award. Integrity at its peak.

Anonymous said...

Is true Oo am a witness they busy buying houses in SA,dubai,france & UK also buying their Children xpensive houses in choice areas of lagos while their emplyees suffer inpenury

Ottawaguy said...

That is sad but that the Nigerian way.rmberd talking to my friend, a graduate o(cos we both went to the same uni and grad a year apart).i rmba him telling how is been paid 20k per month and he works all day(sunday inclusive) and it's a labor job o. He told me he hasn't been paid for over 3 months and yet he keeps going because he can't just seat back at home cos he doesn't know if he will get something else.he said even if he gets the 3 months salary..it's nothing anymore cos he has to pay up debts( feeding and transportation etc).its a sorry state of affairs in my motherland, yet some people preach materialism left right and center in a country where many don't have anything to eat.what about a graduate teaching in a private school and been paid 12k per month?? These are not hearsay, these are people I know and speak to and yet some people will say vote APC, others will say it's PDP.well,it not an issue of party it's an issue of mentality and the character of people leading us.call it any name,the status quo will continue until we the masses decide enough is enough.I know that my motherland will be rescued from this blood sucking leaders..I know my nation shall be great once again...God bless Nigeria.

Ottawaguy said...

That is sad but that the Nigerian way.rmberd talking to my friend, a graduate o(cos we both went to the same uni and grad a year apart).i rmba him telling how is been paid 20k per month and he works all day(sunday inclusive) and it's a labor job o. He told me he hasn't been paid for over 3 months and yet he keeps going because he can't just seat back at home cos he doesn't know if he will get something else.he said even if he gets the 3 months salary..it's nothing anymore cos he has to pay up debts( feeding and transportation etc).its a sorry state of affairs in my motherland, yet some people preach materialism left right and center in a country where many don't have anything to eat.what about a graduate teaching in a private school and been paid 12k per month?? These are not hearsay, these are people I know and speak to and yet some people will say vote APC, others will say it's PDP.well,it not an issue of party it's an issue of mentality and the character of people leading us.call it any name,the status quo will continue until we the masses decide enough is enough.I know that my motherland will be rescued from this blood sucking leaders..I know my nation shall be great once again...God bless Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

dis is now d norm, especially in indian, chinese & lebanese owned companies.

pls i need a job, been searching 4 over 3 yrs now, doing menial jobs 2 make ends met coz of my kids. i have a BSc in Environmental Mgt. 08181101555 is my contact.

Ijeoma Okafor said...

How I wish u knew......... Sad

Anonymous said...

Trouble is brewing in Caverton as I can sense. Unfortunately, National workers are not allowed to have union in Caverton and that is a big problem. A strong union will help address this and correct it once and for all. Imagine the PA saying it is as a result of scarcity of dollars. Why did they not forsee the challenge before now and make adequate arrangements to ensure a smooth sail in December? Come to think of it, since when did they start paying support staff in dollars? Cheap and Weak lies. Somebody fixed the money somewhere to yield interest for him.Wickedness of man. That is why Nigeria is where we are today. It is not in getting big contracts through crooked politics, it is sustaining it. Safety is being compromised again. The agencies should look into this and do the needful.

Anonymous said...

Hehehehe.....you don't discriminate?? Here is a direct quote from your statement Toyin Alegbe:
But Doyin Alegbe, a Personal Assistant to Caverton Managing Director, Mr. Shola Falola, dismissed the letter saying that it was “a gross case of insubordination”

She said because expatriate workers are paid in dollars and Nigerian staff are paid in Naira, the company had challenges selling the dollars and this caused some delay in December.

She said everyone has now been paid.

She said Caverton does not discriminate between Nigerians and expatriate workers.

Anonymous said...

My dad is a staff of Caverton and what you read here isnt true. I know many young nigerian engineers there who were celebrating after their salary was increased just after the signing of the contract with shell. most of them now earn above 600k monthly once they get any international certification. its a fact i know, and i saw and have been benefiting from. don't believe all that you read.

jeneviv Emma said...

Can't say I blame the expatriate- working in Nigeria is indeed risky business when the Nigerians below you are not being well compensated for working harder than you!

Anonymous said...

Linda thank you so soo soooo much for this. I currently work at caverton helicopters in ikeja. I wake up at 4am to get tp work by 5.30 in the morning. I work in the operations depart and because the first flight leaves as early as 7.30 we have to get to work for 5.30 am and it is not the typical 9 to 5 work. Basic starting salary is 50k that is if you even have a university degree.
Doyin Alegbe is not the md's personal assistant she's the assistant HR manager who I can say is paid as an expatriate herself cos she was brought in from the UK.
I've been working here for the past 3 years and I can tell you that promotions do not exist. There's no chance or opportunities for growth. The company doesnt only delay stafd payments but also delays suppliers payments.
Its ridiculous. Cos we can all see the flashy lifestyles the our chairman and his children are living.
Private jets in and out and we are made to suffer. Even the expatriates treat the nigerian staff like absolute shit.
I can go on and on but I would def b talking too much.
God will help ua

Koni Dafunwon said...

Caverton belongs 2 tinubu but makanjuola's his front...go figure!

Anonymous said...

God bless him for speaking for his Nigerian colleague. A friend of Nigeria is certainly a friend of mine.

Anonymous said...

And the man even get rolls Royce and his kids spend so much on alcohol in clubs not forget their expensive cars yet they can't pay salary . God will judge them if this story is true !! Am ashamed to even know him

Tabitha Dorcas said...

That's the problem we have, we never appreciate our own, yet we appreciate that of others, and its not like they appreciate us over there. Jeez Nigerian's wen shall we learn. Even south Africa is better than us in that respect.

Ann Marie said...

why will u allow people work without paying them. that's wickedness

diamondblinqZ said...

Hmm God bless dis man jare. I hv always heard dat d prob of blacks is cozd by dere brodas naw I believe

Anonymous said...

You can take a man out the "GHETTO", but you can't take the "GHETTO" in him out. Come to think the management of Caverton boast of being educated abroad. They also lived abroad but they come back and treat their fellow Nigerians as slave while they enjoy the best of the best

Anonymous said...

Caverton helicopters is heaven compared to their next door neigbour;BRISTOW HELICOPTERS.it is worse in their port harcourt branch,Bristow helicopters is where racism prevails, a black man is treated like trash, they sack people any how, overwork their staffs, pay them very poorly, even with numerous contracts that they are handling.. imagine a radio operator that works from 6am to 6pm being paid 49 thousand naira a month . Talk less of the ones that work in the hanger With just one day off in once a week or 2 weeks. You work on Sundays, Christmas Day, everyday of your life and they just don't care.. The work is slave trade and the greedy general manager is a Nigerian like us. Wicked people!

Anonymous said...

Shame on u Nigeria!!!!!!!!!!!!!Big shame-While the UAE and other countries put their citizens as 1st priority you are busy tearing down your own.Shame!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Trust me , decades ago gan sef . I am not suprised this is Nigeria we are talking about . We treat all of these 'oyinbo's' better than our own people but yet if we go to their country it is tge opposite . For example India and Malaysia , but yet they will come to our own country and get high paying jobs they r not qualified for most of the time but because they r oyinbo it's okay .
A lot of them maltreat us in out own country and get away with it and majority of them don't have the right ( in terms of immigration documents ) to be in this country examples are the Lebanese and Chinese people but yet the Nigerian government will continue to let it slide . SMH

Anonymous said...

A lot of people may not believe it, but if you multiply this scenario by ten you would contact up with arik air. No December salary up until this minute.

Anonymous said...

I am waiting for the day a Nigerian will resign from any office, especially ones like this. Way to go man! All these top men in Nigeria know is how to stuff their faces and pockets! God go catch una! How will you treat foreigners better than you treat citizens and you wondEr why Boko Haram is rampaging in the north. Hilary Obiorah.

karen okafor said...

There's something I even noticd y nigerians abroad are called immigrants nd almst all d foreigners here called expatriates,everything white is good nd anything black is disregarded,dis is sad,d day we begin to value ourselves,things will change ...employrs dnt evn know their rights in dis country smh...

Zaruk Sanyaolu said...

Few comments on here than. Other trivial topics....SMH!

Anonymous said...

Look, I used to work for a furniture coy in port-harcourt, yeah, I got something better, so I swiftly ported. Now, while I was there, I earned 50k monthly, which is fair enuf as I hadn't even gone for nysc. My point is, the guys who did most of the job as welders and carpenters, who work from 8-5 daily(mon-fri) and 8-12 on sat work in the sun and rain for a meagre monthly salary of 10k (for the 'snr' ones, and 7k for the jnr staff). Then, the foolish lebanese expatriates are given monthly allowance in naira and also paid salary in dollars. They exploit us menhn..and even refer to the boys as monkeys, donkeys, etc! In their own land o, its cray!FLIPA

Adedayo said...

It's like that in a lot of Nigerian companies o. They treat staffs like shit and when you complain, they tell you there are thousands out there who are ready to replace you. Evil people!

Anonymous said...

government please look into dis matter nigerians are su
ffering oo.expectially those working as contract staff in oil companies

Anonymous said...

government please look into dis matter nigerians are su
ffering oo.expectially those working as contract staff in oil companies

Anonymous said...

And when I read things like this, especially the comments of some of the workers, I get heart broken... People pass through a lot and nobody is doing anything about it! I pledge to be a better Nigerian when I finally get there! Amen..

Anonymous said...

We at Arik are yet to get our salary for Dec. We are suffering at Arik. It is worst over there. Linda no chop this comment. Abeg

Charmie said...

I blame our Govt wen dey dnt treat us right hw wil an outsider nw treat us?its so true my bestie used to work for an oil servicing coy!the salary ws so small compared to d othr white staff!in our own Country I taya sha!

Anonymous said...

If you are truly a Caverton staff, then I pray it will never be well with u for the lies u ve jst said here. I say it again that it will never be well with u! So ur starting salary is 50k? U do not run shifts? U have bitten the hand that fed u because I'm sure u r one of those who benefited frm the recent increment of this week. U were paid twice ur salary in Dec and u ve never been owed. U r an ungrateful person and u know that all u said r lies. May u never do well.LIAR! Linda post my comment because many Caverton staff are aggrieved by this nonsense. U r refusing to post those who have good things to say abt the coy hence giving an entirely false view of what is going on.

FJD said...

"IMAGINE IF THAT GUY WAS NIGERIAN" ..In your dreams ...resign ke?

Anonymous said...

I have 3 things to say,1.salary is not determined by the time u input at work but the skillset you possess,so whether foreigner or Nigeria,whoever is more qualified for d job gets more pay.that happens everywhere in the world 2.this is only one side of the story,its too narrow to make rash judgemrnts on 3. Nigerians need a mentality and environmental change, we don't regard ourselves highly.the ones who do make it in Nigeria be get rich enough to respect nd be respected or are making it abroad. Moral is ;respect nd value yourself nd no one will thro shit at you.even your boss

Newlife said...

Folks, what do you expect in a capitalist society?? Help yourself before you end your life shining Dangote's shoe!
Stop whining, take action, whatever action, it will be tough in the beginning but will sure work out if you persist.

bizonzon said...

preferential treatment of expatriates over our indigenous staffs is not news. it happens in most companies..caverton, arik, etc. ceo's taking undue advantage of our high unemployment rate and the labour unions are either powerless or they take bribe. shame. am sure you can now see for yourselves that the white man did not imbibe white supremacy upon us, we did on ourselves

Anonymous said...

Yes oo,Caverton is better oo! Bristow helicopters is hell, In fact most bristow workers don port go Caverton. Bristow has numerous contracts. they should be the helicopter coy in Nigeria with the most contracts, caverton is better because,they earn far better salaries and they run shifts.. The worst part one of the manager bristow helicopters port harcourt branch is one very wicked Indian man. He is frustrating life for us oo we sit on a chair from 6am to 6pmworking, no movement @ the operations department.he came to the office one day and told us that he would change our office chairs to benches that the sit is too comfortable, they feel we are not worth sitting on office chairs. After close of work and you join the staff bus which may be partially empty, if you see the way they walk we blacks out of the bus, so long as you are black you are trash to them .humiliation no be small. God would judge them all espesially their wicked gm who is a fellow Nigerian man like us.

Capt. Planet said...

Kudos to the man!! Its the order of the day in Nigeria!! No regard for their own...Creeps

capt planet

Anonymous said...

Tinsel sef neva pay pple dier december money o lindodo

Anonymous said...

Tnx 4 ur confession!

Anonymous said...

No mind that bitch. She thinks we be mumu

Anonymous said...

U're damn right, once on top like Jonathan, most Nigerians will agree with any shit u throw at them bcuz most Nigerians do not understand d rule of law, n so they don't understand how much power is vested on them when they apply the rule of law in their daily lives

Anonymous said...

...U mean 60k naira a month cuz 600k naira a month will be almost 800k dollars a year

Anonymous said...

Who are u referring to?

Anonymous said...

Ur quote is very correct!

Anonymous said...

Typical entrepreneural behaviour in Nigeria, especially if the owners of the business are yorubas. Over educated over rated people.

muchionline said...

AM TOUCHED

Anonymous said...

white and black disparity will never go away in Africa.

Anonymous said...

And to all the Caverton staff insulting the coy...u're the most ungrateful lot ever...I wonder why u haven't all resigned and keep blaming the labour mkt.if ur salaries weren't great, why are u still there? pls send ur resignation letters..the company's trying it's best and pay workers well. This story is total b.s...get ur facts right and pls put up my comment!!!

Anonymous said...

They sacked the guy he didn't resign on his own ooo.

MY TURN said...

we are our own worst enemy... Nigerians victimize fellow Nigerians but when someone starts to speak with a foreign tongue or has a different skin tone, he is more favored. God only can help us.

Anonymous said...

Linda you know who I am. I left my comment on Sunday 12th January around noon. If you are a sincere person you will post it so the world would know the truth. Why did you cull the story from PM NEWS if you did not want people to be objective about it?

Anonymous said...

Linda our Nigeria Leaders need to learn from this Expatriate, if they haven't learned from MANDELA.This man was deployed as a line engineer but they made him a base maintenance manager with many promises over six mouth which they didn't fulfil,the expatriate add manager to his work. This man received his normal salary for the mouth of December as an expatriate,but the Nigeria workers are not paid and he a mail to the HR and some other department of COVERTON-HELICOPTERS, SHAME ON GUYS the man was sacked in the next day what a lesson.

Anonymous said...

This story is complete BS. Information is available if you want to know the truth!

Max well said...

Great information you have posted here through this blog. keep i up

Anonymous said...

House Forty Three Limited don't pay their staff!! #43 Gana Street, Maitama Abuja. go and ask any member of staff the last time any of them were paid. and you see the owner shouting and insulting them. no shame!

Simple compassion for our fellow man, if they come to work everyday it is only right to pay them!

Anonymous said...

House Forty Three Limited don't pay their staff!! #43 Gana Street, Maitama Abuja. go and ask any member of staff the last time any of them were paid. and you see the owner shouting and insulting them. no shame!

Simple compassion for our fellow man, if they come to work everyday it is only right to pay them!

Anonymous said...

Caverton

Anonymous said...

I do not know know the dept of this story cos I wasn't in caverton by then,but now that I'm there I don't doubt the story nor the comments,if u think ur father,relative or friend works in caverton and is earning very well,that person is one of those frustrating blacks and killing Nigeria,see the way they treat ptdf pilots,lie that govt hasn't paid them yet govt has paid over 70% of the money,the pilots where almost disgraced out of staff quarters and yet, send them abroad for what govt has paid for they are lying no slots,all over the world? Since they don't want to train the pilots return the money and stop lying,with all this I can believe wat I read here.if Linda like she post this,Ait will soon take up a better news about caverton scandal.

mallam said...

Caverton is presently having problems with ptdf bcos of the funds collected for training and haven't done anything except ground courses that cost nothing, there pilots are leaving with one of there very influential pilot leaving soon,the govt isn't monitoring but I'm disappointed with the way they are treating there fellow Nigerians,rate the young pilots to takeover from the foreigners,they won't.there doom is close, they will soon loose the shell contract bcos of the way they playing the govt trained pilots

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