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Oyo releases N200m gratuity for payment of 201 retirees


Oyo State has released the sum of N200.9 million for the payment of gratuities of 201 workers from grade levels 01 to 07 that retired from service between 2011 and 2012.The State Head of Service (HoS), Olawumi Ogunesan, who made the disbursement on behalf of the State Government to the beneficiaries at the Old Ministry of Establishment and Training, Secretariat, Ibadan, explained that the payment is an attestation to the fact that the Oyo State Government is paying gratuities to pensioners based on merit and without influence or favour.

The HoS represented by the acting permanent secretary, office of the head of service, Adejoke Eyitayo appealed to those that are yet to collect their gratuity to exercise patience as government is working assiduously to pay them in due course.Ogunesan revealed that the Oyo State Government had earlier paid N1.3billion gratuities to retirees last year. 

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