Non-Payment Of Salary: Senators Donate To Feed Kogi Civil Servants

Non-Payment Of Salary: Senators Donate To Feed Kogi Civil Servants

Some Nigerian senators have donated no fewer than 1,200 bags of rice to civil servants in Kogi state to alleviate their sufferings. . This was made known to Journalists on Wednesday by the senator representing Kogi West in the National Assembly, Dino Melaye According to Melaye, the donations were made in response to his clarion call on his colleagues to assist in cushioning the effect of hardship the civil servants who were yet-to-be paid their…

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Non-payment Of Salaries: House Of Reps To Investigate Kogi State Government

Non-payment Of Salaries: House Of Reps To Investigate Kogi State Government

The House of Representatives has mandated its Ad Hoc Committee on Bail-out Funds to investigate non-payment of salaries of Kogi workers and report back within one week. The House also mandated the Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) to within one week report and explain the utilisation of Salary Bail-out Fund given to states. The directives followed a unanimous adoption of a Motion of Urgent National Importance moved by Rep. Sunday Karimi (Kogi-PDP) at the plenary…

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Non Payment Of Salaries: Police Officers Cry Out For Help

Non Payment Of Salaries: Police Officers Cry Out For Help

No fewer than 2,000 Police personnel attached to the Kaduna State Command are currently protesting over the non-payment of their August and September salaries. The aggrieved police personnel which cut across the rank and file of the Command, are assembled in front of the Salaries Office inside the Command headquarters in Kaduna Town. Addressing the aggrieved personnel, the State Commissioner of Police, Cyril Abeh, explained that the delay was from the Finance Ministry’s IPPS office…

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Benue Boils As Ortom Disappoints With Bailout Fund

Benue Boils As Ortom Disappoints With Bailout Fund

The issue of non-payment of workers’ salaries has come to a head in Benue State as long-drawn exchange of brickbats between the government and labour leaders in the state and at national level has followed the seven-day warning strike, embarked by workers in the state. Following the lingering crises between the Benue State government and organised labour in the state over default in payment of salaries to the state’s civil servants, the national secretariat of…

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