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Kano Gov Freezes Salaries of Over 10,000 Workers in Latest Move Against Ganduje

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Kano Gov Freezes Salaries of Over 10,000 Workers in Latest Move Against Ganduje

In a move against the previous administration of Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Kano State Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf has frozen the salaries of 10,800 workers who were appointed by Ganduje.

The current administration has accused Ganduje’s government of illegally hiring these workers as his term came to a close.

The state’s Accountant General, Abdulkadir Abdusalam, announced the directive and clarified that an investigation would be conducted to weed out any inappropriate recruitment.

Workers who were transitioned from local government roles to state roles under the former administration will continue to receive salaries at local government rates.

The Accountant General assured state workers and retirees that they wouldn’t face unwarranted deductions from their earnings, a practice reportedly common during Ganduje’s administration.

Additionally, Kano State has paid National Examinations Council fees for over 60,000 high school students and plans to provide access to the exam body’s registration portal soon.

This article was updated 3 months ago

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