civil servants

  1. May Day: FG Greenlights 25-35% Pay Hike for Civil Servants

    Nigeria May Day: FG Greenlights 25-35% Pay Hike for Civil Servants

    The Federal Government has announced a significant salary increase ranging from 25% to 35% for civil servants under six Consolidated Salary Structures, effective from January 1st, 2024. This decision, disclosed by Emmanuel Njoku, Head of Press at the National Salaries, Incomes and Wages...
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    Politics Fayose promotes 45,000 workers, shops for 2,000 more – Punch Newspapers

    The Ekiti State Head of Service, Dr. Gbenga Faseluka, has been given one week to distribute promotion letters to the over 45,000 civil servants who recently sat for qualifying interview and passed. Governor Ayo Fayose gave the one-week ultimatum on Saturday to Faseluka in Ado-Ekiti. The News...
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    Eid el-Fitr: Civil servants to get advance salary in Sokoto – Punch Newspapers

    Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State on Saturday approved the payment of advance salary to the civil servants in the state to enable them to celebrate Eid el-Fitr. The approval is announced by a statement signed by Malam Abdullahi Danko, the Senior Special Assistant to the governor on …...
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    I’ve not been receiving salary as governor – Aregbesola – Daily Post Nigeria

    The Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has declared that he has not received a dime as salary since he became governor in 2010, disclosing that Permanent Secretaries in the state earned more than his Deputy. He said the modulated salary system for the civil servants … Read more...
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    Metro FAAC controversy: Civil servants face bleak Easter unless… - Daily times ng

    Unless something urgent is done to resolve the inconclusive Federal Account Allocation Committee (FAAC), most civil servants in the country may have to spend the Easter celebration without salaries as the FAAC meeting on Tuesday failed to disburse funds to the three tiers of government over...