Panel uncovers 612 ‘ghost’ workers in Bayelsa primary schools - Punch Newspapers
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4 August 2021NO fewer than 612 ghost workers have been discovered by the Bayelsa State Government in the payrolls of primary schools.The Chairman, Committee on the Review of Grade Levels and Steps of Local Government and Primary School Staff, Mr Timipre Seipulou, made this known while submitting the committee’s report to Deputy Governor Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo in Government House, Yenagoa, on Monday.
This was contained in statement on Tuesday by his Senior Special Assistant on Media, Mr Doubara Atasi.It quoted Seipulou as saying that the 33-member committee, which was inaugurated in April 2021, reviewed a total of 14,258 cases in the various local government areas.Read more: The Punch Newspapers »
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And wetin be their population against their monthly allocation plus their 13% derivative also added in Bayelsa? Dey no reach 1m people for Bayelsa. So, leave the ghost workers abeg. Wetin!!!
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