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ODSG PRESENTS CHEQUES TO RETIRED LOCAL GOVERNMENT STAFF AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF YEAR 2012                       

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ODSG PRESENTS CHEQUES TO RETIRED LOCAL GOVERNMENT STAFF AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF YEAR 2012                                                                                                                                                  09-07-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                                The Ondo state government has commenced the disbursement and presentation of cheques to retired local government staff and secondary school teachers of year 2012.

Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa made the presentation at the cocoa conference hall Alagbaka Akure.

He emphasized that the payment was to relieve the senior Citizens and that his administration would continue to clear the backlog of arrears of retired workers in the state.

The governor said that the administration was changing the wrong perception that retirement benefits was meant for those with connections expressing his commitments to all irrespective of political affiliations.

He enjoined the retirees to make good use of the money by taking care of their health.

Governor Ayedatiwa also disclosed that the payment of gratuity would not affect the monthly pension for the state retirees.

Earlier, the commissioner for local government and chieftancy affairs Alhaji Amidu Takuro and the head of service , Mr Bayo Philip both appreciated the government for fund released.

The state chairman Nigeria union of pensioners, Mr Johnson Osunyemi pledged support of the pensioners to the government.

Two retired teachers Mr Joshua Adeoye and Mrs Grace Adebayo thanked the state government saying the payment was long overdue.

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