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HEAD OF CIVIL SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION SAYS OVER 1,900 OFFICERS, ARE YET TO VERIFY THIER RECORDS                                     

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HEAD OF CIVIL SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION SAYS OVER 1,900 OFFICERS,

ARE YET TO VERIFY THIER RECORDS                                                                                              12-12-13

By Sadiq Aminu                                                    The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation syas over one thousand officers, with discrepancies are yet to verify thier records on the IPPIS platform.

A statement by the Director, Communications. Mr. Muhammed Ahmed says workers were still being expected from their MDAs to enable the Office of the Head of service of the Federation authenticate their records.

It states that the records of 59,201 Civil Servants, who participated fully in the verification exercise and had no discrepancies in their records were forwarded to the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation for continuous payment of their salaries while salaries of over eleven thousand officers, whose records were not verified, were suspended.
Following the suspension, the verification portal was reopened and a total number of 10,761 officers participated in the physical verification exercise to ensure that only credible records were on the IPPIS platform.

Some of these officers have received their salaries to date, while others will be paid in the month of December with all the arrears.

The statement further says that about 686 officers, whose salaries were suspended did not show up for the verification exercise and their salaries remain suspended on the IPPIS platform.

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