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Published by Tribune on Mon, 21 Mar 2011

DONT be deceived by his name. Mr Maikasuwa is not a Japanese. He is a Nigerian and his first name is Salisu. He is the Clerk of the National Assembly.MR Maikasuwa said in Keffi, Nasarawa State, on Sunday, October 31, that he was a lamb surrounded by wicked wolves at the National Assembly. He said he was dogged by a cruel cabal, which did everything to halt his programmed ascent to the top civil service job in the National Assembly.MR Maikasuwa spoke at a reception in his honour but the guests, which included many national legislators, must have found the food as delicious as ashes.MR Maikasuwa served a cuisine of complaints. He was the only upright official in the National Assembly. He had introduced team spirit but the cabal was not pleased. The cabal made sure that he was not promoted.THE cabal was not impressed by his exemplary leadership as Director, Personnel Management, and tried to dim the star of his rising profile.MR Maikasuwa was sent to school by the cabal, an insult to a man who knows everything and was the superior of his teachers at the National  Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos.MR Maikasuwa attended the Senior Executive Course and there is no doubt that he came first, leaving all the other participants in the dust of dullness.MR Maikasuwa is now the Clerk of the National Assembly in spite of the cabals machinations. But he is not safe yet; the worms in the woodwork are spying on him.
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