No fewer than 350 workers of the National Assembly are now gripped by fears following moves by the authorities to disengage them over alleged questionable documentation.
The authorities recently set up a panel to verify the documents provided by the affected persons for employment and determine whether they deserve to continue to be on the payroll of the legislature.
The panel concluded its assignment last Thursday and its report is now being expected.
The Nation gathered that the 350 workers were asked to appear before the panel for the purpose of updating their documentation.
The affected workers were identified following irregularities discovered in their records by the Staff Audit Committee.
The exercise was initiated by the management on account of bloated staff salary and mounting debt profile.
Sources said many of them may be sacked for allowing the issue to drag on for long having first been warned to regularise their documentation over five months ago.