Civil Servant Allegedly Commits Suicide Over Unpaid Salaries in Kwara State Welcome to CeeJayInfo

Saturday, 4 November 2017

Civil Servant Allegedly Commits Suicide Over Unpaid Salaries in Kwara State

Kwara State Government says it is uninformed of any worker's alledged suicide because of unpaid salaries or some other reason. 

The state government made the illumination while responding to an online media to report, which ascribed the alleged passing of a Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) worker to the disappointment of the state government to pay his compensations. 

While keeping up that state government workers have been completely paid up to date, the administration called attention to that only local government laborers are owed changing degrees of unpaid debts by their gatherings and not by the state government. 

In a progression of tweets on Friday, through @kwaragovt, the administration portrayed the report as phony as it has not been educated of any specialist's affirmed passing by family, police or guilds. 

The governnebt likewise elucidated that it isn't in charge of UBEC workers and that staff of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) are paid through elected allotments to local government chambers. 

It additionally noticed that while any death is dismal and terrible, it is outlandish and insidious to make such claims without verification or to accept such with no reasonable confirmation other than the expressions of a restriction online networking bunch that has no connection to the workers but is firmly united to resistance components in the state.

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