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Kogi Local Government Workers Say They Now Look To God For Survival

Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 03rd Nov, 2021 - tori.ng

The workers said the policy was making life unbearable for them in view of the current economic hardship.

Yahaya Bello
Governor of Kogi, Yahaya Bello
 
Government workers in Kogi state said they are now looking up to God for survival.
 
The primary school teachers and local government workers made this known in an interview with Vanguard, lamenting that they have been neglected by the goverment.
 
Though the state government has been up to date with the payment of state workers, however, primary school teachers and local government workers still receive percentage salaries.
 
They said the policy was making life unbearable for them in view of the current economic hardship.
 
In a separate interviews with Vanguard, some local government workers and primary school teachers who all spoke on condition of anonymity, said since the state government tampered with their salary structure and payment system introducing one deduction after the other, many have had to contend with the new reality pursuant to the emergence of the New Direction led-government of Governor Yahaya Bello.
 
One of the workers who complained bitterly on phone, said she received N16,000 instead of N45,000 basic salary she ought to be paid as a Level 7 LG worker.
 
“As I speak to you, my son who is studying in KSU (Kogi varsity) called me to send money for him to refill his gas, but I couldn’t help but cry over the phone as a result of this critical situation in the state.
 
“The last salary I collected was N16,000. I am supposed to be paid N45,000 as a Level 7 worker, but the percentage salary has put me at a disadvantage,” one of the affected workers told Vanguard.


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