Maina: Administrative issues and the rest of us
The return of the controversial ex-head of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Abdullahi Maina into the country did ignite a firestorm of revelations that raised more questions than answers and also called to question the actions and or inactions of some prominent members
Minimum wage: Workers hail El-Rufai for sincerity of purpose
Civil Servants in Kaduna State on Friday commended Gov. Nasir El-Rufai for paying the N30,000 minimum wage as promised. El-Rufai had in a statement in August signed by his Special Adviser on Media and Communications, Muyiwa Adekeye
Zulum sets up second office outside Government House
The Borno Government says it has concluded arrangements for Gov. Babagana Zulum to commence operation from his second office, established at the Musa Usman State Secretariat.
Graft fears as Liberia civil servants go unpaid
More than 15,000 Liberian civil servants have not been paid for months, government and judicial sources said Wednesday, reinforcing concerns over graft and economic mismanagement under President George Weah.
Oyo government disburses N280m gratuity to retirees
Oyo State Government says it has so far disbursed about N280 million paying the gratuity of 100 retired civil servants. The Head of Service (HoS), Mrs. Amidat Agboola, said this on Thursday while presenting cheques to the beneficiaries in Ibadan.
Sanwo-Olu tasks civil servants on quality service
Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has said that civil servants in the state have no excuse not to ensure that Lagosians leave with positive experience when they engage them. He said that his administration would make governance truly inclusive aside being receptive to new ideas. The governor, who spoke yesterday at the swearing-in ceremony of…
‘Buhari should address imbalance in appointments during his second tenure’
A group of retired civil servants and professionals from the southern part of the country have urged President Muhammadu Buhari to address all outstanding issues affecting national unity during his second tenure. Speaking with journalists after a meeting in Abuja yesterday, the group also urged President Buhari to listen more to the fears and concerns…
Kwara governor-elect promises fair deal for civil servants
Kwara State Governor-elect, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, yesterday said his administration will be fair to the state’s workforce. In his May Day statement, he said: “Whatever policy decisions taken by us will place public interest above all other considerations. Workers will get dignified treatment in all cases, as they are the engine room of government and the…
Bayelsa will pay N30, 000 minimum wage — Dickson
Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa has reiterated the resolve of his administration to pay the N30,000 new minimum Wage to the civil servants. Dickson gave the assurance during the 2019 Worker’s Day Celebration at the Peace Park on Wednesday in Yenagoa. He urged civil servants in the state to exercise patience while the state government…
Kogi civil servants now beg to feed, says NLC
Civil servants in Kogi State now beg to feed their families, due to non-payment of their monthly emoluments, according to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) lamented yesterday. The state chairman of NLC, Onuh Edoka, at the seventh quadrennial delegates’ conference in Lokoja, appealed to the state government to do something urgently to reverse the trend.…