After SaharaReporters' Story, Delta Head Of Personnel Management Pays Staff Salaries, Vows Not To Pay Ex-Political Office Holders | Sahara Reporters

After @SaharaReporters' Story, Delta Head Of Personnel Management Pays Staff Salaries, Vows Not To Pay Ex-Political Office Holders | Sahara Reporters The N2,475,000 was released by the state government alongside N1 million for the HPM's... READ MORE:

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After SaharaReporters' Story, Delta Head Of Personnel Management Pays Staff Salaries, Vows Not To Pay Ex-Political Office Holders | Sahara Reporters The N2,475,000 was released by the state government alongside N1 million for the HPM's... READ MORE:

The N2,475,000 was released by the state government alongside N1 million for the HPM's security vote but after taking his N1 million, he refused to pay the affected staff members and political office holders several weeks after the money was released for the payment of salaries.

Mar 02, 2021Forty-eight hours after SaharaReporters reported how a Redeemed Christian Church of God pastor, who is the Head of Personnel Management, (HPM), Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State, Henry Obukowho, and Treasurer to the Local Government, (TLG), Fejiro Ogbogbo, were enmeshed in N2,475,000 salary embezzlement scandal, it was learnt that affected staff members received their salaries.

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Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi OkowaGoogleSpeaking with our correspondent, an elated employee of the local government, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said,"After SaharaReporters' story, barely two days later, our HMP, Pastor Obukowho, started running helter-skelter. He was so troubled and restless. And before we knew what was happening, some of us whom he had refused to pay, were called and our January salaries were given to us in cash.

"We always received our salaries promptly but immediately the tenure of the local government chairman, Emmanuel Egbabor, ended on January 7, 2021, and our HPM stepped in as sole administrator pending when council polls will be conducted on March 6, he refused to pay us our January salaries. He connived with some officials in the council to embezzle the money." headtopics.com

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Why did he had to be compelled before paying people for their sweat, they always turn animals when they hold high political offices