Bayelsa suspends, stops salaries of 3,403 staff

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Bayelsa state

The Bayelsa government has suspended and stopped the salaries of 3,403 workers in the ongoing public service reforms.

The Head of Service of Bayelsa, Rev Thomas Zidafomo, directed that salaries of 222 staff of Bayelsa owned media houses and 3,181 non-teaching staff in the State Universal Basis Education Board (SUBEB) be suspended.

Zidafomo in a letter dated Apri 6, 2018 directed that the withheld salaries of the affected workers listed as ‘excess workers’ be remitted to the Accountant General of Bayelsa.

But the unions have kicked against the action and urged the government to rescind its decision.

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