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LAW FIRM COMMENCES ‘NO PVC-NO-SALARY’ POLICY FOR STAFF

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A law firm, Antonio Lex Firma, has threatened to withhold salaries of its employees if they do not have the Permanent Voter Card (PVC) as part of their civic duty ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The nation goes to the poll next year to elect legislators (both state and federal), governors and the president.

“I am directed by the Principal Partner of Antonio Lex Firma Barr.A.K Agbasiere (KSJI) to inform all the Staff of the firm and the domestic Staff that 9th and 10th of June, 2022 will be Work Free (sic) day,” said the Awka-based law firm in a memo seen by Peoples Gazette. “This is to enable all the staff to go and register and get their PVC. Consequently, anyone without PVC will henceforth not receive Salary.”

Defending his action, the managing partner of Antonio Lex Firma, Kelechi Agbasiere said his action was not a violation of his employees’ rights because it is his firm and he has the powers to set the rules as long as there is fairness.

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