Niger saves N100m from flushed ghost workers’ pay

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From Mathew Jwantu, Minna

The Niger state government says its ongoing staff verification exercise has exposed 1000 ghost workers, saving it over N100million.

Several other malpractices in the State’s civil service have also been uncovered, reveals Chairman of the Committee on Civil Servants Salary Management and Verification, Engr. Ibrahim Mohammed Panti.

The screening now reduces the state’s workforce to 26,000 from 27,000.

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