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Fayose pardons workers caught for lateness

Punch (Thursday, September 03, 2015):  Kamarudeen Ogundele

The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has pardoned the 31 workers that came late to work on Monday.

The governor announced this at a meeting with public servants in Ado Ekiti on Wednesday, where the proposed plan to take the bailout of the Federal Government was discussed.

He said, “I am begging workers to get to work on time. If we are paying salaries on time, then civil servants must also reciprocate that by coming to work on time.

“Also, people must be ready to pay rates, taxes and levies.   More....

Lateness: 31 Ekiti civil servants get reprieve

National Mirror (Thursday, September 03, 2015):  Posted By: Abiodun Nejoon

The 31 civil servants caught for lateness to work in Ekiti State on Monday can now heave a sigh of relief as they have been pardoned.

The governor announced the pardon yesterday at a meeting with public servants to discuss whether Ekiti should obtain the bailout funds planned for states by the Federal Government or not.

He urged the workers to change their attitude, saying: “I am begging workers to get to work on time.

If we are paying salaries on time, then civil servants must also reciprocate by coming to work on time.   More....

Youths protest corruption in Ekiti

The Nation (Wednesday, September 02, 2015):  Posted By: Odunayo Ogunmolaon

Youths protest corruption in Ekiti

•Urge Buhari to sustain anti-graft war

President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade has received the endorsement of youths in Ekiti State.

They have launched a movement to free the nation from the grip of graft.

Acting under the aegis of Youth Against Corruption, the youth urged the President to be resolute in ensuring that those who looted public treasury were prosecuted and compelled to refund the stolen money.   More....

Lateness: Ekiti workers resume early to avoid sanction

The Nation (Wednesday, September 02, 2015):  Posted By: Odunayo Ogunmolaon

Lateness: Ekiti workers resume early to avoid sanction

•Labour leaders decry civil servants’ attitude
•Fayose’s action crude’

Civil servants in Ekiti State yesterday rushed to offices to avoid being sanctioned for lateness.

Their action followed an unscheduled visit by Governor Ayo Fayose to the secretariat on Monday during which he apprehended over 30 workers for lateness.

The civil servants prostrated, knelt down, cried and begged the governor to be merciful, but he directed the Head of Service, Gbenga Faseluka, to begin disciplinary action against them.   More....

N338b loans excite workers in Osun, Oyo, Kwara, Ekiti

The Nation (Wednesday, September 02, 2015):  Posted By: Bisi Oladele, Ibadan, Soji Adeniyi, Osogbo, Damisi Ojo, Akure, Adekunle Jimoh, Ilorin, Aiwerie Okungbowa, Asaba, OgochukwuAnioke, Abakaliki, Ugochukwu Ugorji-Eke, Umuhaia, Yusufu Aminu Idegu, Jos, Mike Odiegwu, Yenagoa, Osagie Otabor, Benin and Nicholas Kalu, Calabaron:

CBN Headquarters, Abuja

Edo, Delta, Abia, others expectant

Workers in Kwara State – one of the first states to enjoy the N338b Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)-guranteed bailout loan – have started getting their backlog of salaries.   More....
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