Bauchi Govt Discovers 596 Dead Workers, Pensioners On Payroll




Mr Adamu Gumba addressing a press conference in Bauchi on January 6, 2020.


A total of 596 dead civil servants and pensioners have been uncovered on the payroll of the Bauchi State Government in north-east Nigeria.
The Chairman of Bauchi State Authentication Exercise Committee, Mr Adamu Gumba, disclosed this to reporters on Monday in the state capital.
He explained that the dead persons have been on the state government’s payroll and were receiving salaries for several years.
“In the process of this particular exercise, we have also discovered about 596 deceased officers,” he revealed.
Gumba added that the government has put more than 4,000 people on the same payroll under suspicion of being ghost workers.
According to him, the persons were placed under watch after they failed to turn up for the month-long verification exercise.
The committee chairman said, “Despite the extension of time that we have waited for officers (civil servants) to come around to appear before us for verification, we have a huge number that did not turn up.
“Our seven sub-committees travelled to all the local governments and in two instances spent almost a week working in the local governments, but some people decided to be absent.”
“These people that were absent in the process total about 4,578 – both staff and pensioners … and those found to have correct documents were cleared,”

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