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Sokoto govt urges 1000 workers getting illegitimate salaries come forward


The Sokoto state government has asked some 1000 persons it employ collecting abnormal salaries to come forward and be pardoned.

Alhaji Abdussamad Dasuki, the Finance Commissioner and Acting Chairman, Sokoto state Steering Committee on Integrated Payroll and Internally Generated Revenue (IGR), disclose this in a news conference on Thursday in Sokoto.

Dasuki said the initiative was to enable civil servants collecting salaries they don’t earn and those engaged in improper practices against regulations to come forward and open up under confidentiality and guaranteed state pardon.

He said that the period of the amnesty began from Nov. 27, to end on Dec. 9, 2019, by 12 midnight. “Government is, therefore, calling on those concerned to avail themselves of this initiative.


The commissioner added that in the course of the committee’s activities, a lot of wrongdoings were discovered.

According to Dasuki, they can also reach the committee through any of its members, member of the State Executive Council, Special Advisers, Permanent Secretaries or Directors-General, with equal guarantee of secrecy and appreciation. Vanguard

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