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“No Worker In Imo State Will Receive Double Salaries”.... Governor Hope.

Gist_Meel 06/25/2020

Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodimma today,25th June, received the report submitted by the Committee on Verification of Staff and Salaries of the Unified Local Government Councils in Imo State at the EXCO Chambers, Government House, Owerri, led by the Chairman of the Committee, Mrs. Rosemary Izuogu, who is also the Permanent Secretary in the Local Government Civil Service Commission of Imo State.  View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The verification became necessary as a result of what was observed at the inception of our administration, where 85% of Local Government fund was spent on payment of salaries of workers with nothing more to show at the Councils by way development and developmental initiatives. 

His Excellency, Sen. Hope Uzodimma commended the Committee, for living up to the expectation of submitting the report on record time.

Going forward, He made it clear that his prosperity government, will only pay those that have employment history and actually working. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The Governor stressed that no amount of brigandage by any group of persons, will stop the people's Government from doing the right thing.  

In his further statement, he reinstated his earlier stand on the automation of all workers' salaries in Imo State. 

"No worker in Imo State will, any longer, receive double salaries.The old days and ways are over and there must be sanity in the system." The Governor said.

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Top Comments
Ubongejude · 06/25/2020
The Governor might be getting it right
Ubongejude · 06/25/2020
Well
Ubongejude · 06/25/2020
This is so funny
GoodTiding. · 06/25/2020
Getting it right gradually.

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