– Babagana Zulum, Borno state governor, has given approval for the payment of gratuity to 1,000 former civil servants
– The former civil servants retired at intermediate ranks between 2013 and 2019
– According to the special adviser to the governor on public relations and strategy, the funds have already been transferred to various bank accounts of the retirees Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state has approved payment of gratuity to the second batch of 1,000 former civil servants who retired at intermediate ranks between 2013 and 2019.
The disclosure was made in a statement on Sunday, September 29, by the special adviser to the governor on public relations and strategy, Malam Isa Gusau. Legit.ng gathers that Gusau said that the funds have already been transferred to various bank accounts provided by each of the 1,000 retirees. Recall that the governor had earlier released money for the payment of gratuity to the first batch of 1,684 low ranking ex-workers who retired between 2013 and June 2019. Fulfill your campaign promises – Buhari tells Oyetola as Osun gov clocks 65 Gusau said: “As directed by the governor, this payment, to continue steadily, covers 50% of each of the 1,000 retired worker’s entire gratuity.
The balance of 50% will surely be paid in another phase. The consultative idea of paying 50% aims to speedily reach as many retired workers as possible. “The list of those paid will be made public on Monday and anyone of them unable to confirm payment to his or her bank account, is required to file complaint through the union of pensioners in the state so that it gets to the office of the head of service, which coordinates the payments.
Okorocha’s former aides go into hiding as probe continues – EFCC Alhaji Babasheikh Haruna, the special assistant on media to Governor Babagana Zulum, announced this in a statement issued in Maiduguri on Tuesday, August 13.
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