Taraba commission accuses politicians of inciting protests
Taraba State Civil Service Commission has accused some politicians of inciting protests over the ongoing sale of recruitment forms in the state.
Chairman of the Commission, John Mamman, while briefing journalists yesterday in jalingo, said such actions were capable of igniting violence in the state.
The decision of the commission to sell recruitment forms at the rate of N3,500, The Guardian gathered, did not go down well with some groups, as they demanded that the forms be given free of charge to interested applicants.
Mamman, however, refused to mention the politicians indicted as masterminds of the protests.
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