Kaduna Govt. threatens to stop 16,000 workers’ salaries

Kaduna Govt. threatens to stop 16,000 workers’ salaries

About 16,000 names of government employees will be struck off the payroll after they failed to show up for the bio-metric registration, Kaduna State government has threatened.

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While presenting the resolution of the state government, Commissioner for Finance Mr. Suleiman Kwari said the state would no longer pay those, who were not captured in the bio-metric payroll data as they were believed to be ghost workers.

“It is now up to them to come before the Government to prove why their names should continue to be in the payroll of the government.

“From all available record, we are unable to get this people to come and verify their names and positions, Names of these 16,000 staff will be published in the national dailies,” Kwari said.


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