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…Confirms Fixing Challenges
Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr. Wasiu Olatubosun, who made the disclosure in Ibadan, also confirmed that the State Government has mandated the yet-to-be registered workers to do so in earnest.
He stressed the commitment of the Governor Seyi Makinde-led administration to establish a comprehensive database and proper identity management system that would aid effective payment and verification of its workforce.
Dr. Olatubosun insisted that after completion, the registration will block every loop hole in the state civil service and guard against the menace of ghost workers.
Olatubosun who confirmed that the process started over a year ago, expressed displeasure over the insinuation that the exercise was a scam, saying such rumour was made without facts.
‘I am aware that new registrants are at the ICT office, participating in the audit exercise for workers’, he stated.
“With the development, civil servants, public officials, teachers, local government employees and retirees have been screened in phases during the exercise that commenced over a year ago at the state secretariat in Ibadan”.
Dr. Olatubosun said the exercise which is aimed at ascertaining the people drawing money from the government’s coffers, added that the exercise was not basically about verification of certificates, but for the government to curb wastage, plug leakages in its payroll and have valid data for planning.can call us using the “Call Us Now” button on this site. Or Email your article or press release to us via: email@example.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @StreetReporters and Facebook at www.facebook.com/StreetReporters.ng to get our latest updates! ============================ Dear Reader,
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