Kwara denies alleged deductions from workers’ salaries

The Kwara state government has denied alleged illegal deductions from its workers salaries.

It added that only statutory deductions are made from the salaries of state and local government (LG) workers and pensioners.

This follows claims that the local government workers in the state received reduced pay instead of the full January salary as previously announced by the LG authorities.

Senior Special Assistant to the governor on media and communications Dr. Muyideen Akorede has said.

According to him other deductions are for loans and cooperatives as supplied to the payment consultants by the state ministry of funance and LG treasurers as a well as a N200 monthly charge agreed and endorsed by all labour unions in the State including the NUT, NLC, JNC and NULGE.

Akorede also pointed to the position of the Kwara State Chapter of the Association of

Local Governments of Nigeria ( ALGON) that the January salary was paid in full and that no one is making unauthorized deductions from the monthly entitlements of LG staff and pensioners in the state.

He explained that it is the same platform used for paying state workers that is utilized for LG workers and pensioners in view of its efficiency and cost effectiveness.


  • Ogunnowo John
    Posted 20 hours ago 4:36 pm 0Likes

    It can be possible , someone cahr trust this people

  • idris yayah
    Posted 19 hours ago 5:22 pm 0Likes

    To wicked of those useless govs.

    Posted 14 hours ago 10:03 pm 0Likes

    No smoke without fire

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