Fayemi to Investigate Fayose’s Last-Minute Recruitment of 2,000 Workers
The Ekiti State Government has communicated its status to audit the methodology that prompted the enrollment of no less than 2,000 new workers into the civil service by the immediate past administration of Mr. Ayo Fayose.
The News Agency of Nigeria, (NAN) reports that the new arrangement of laborers had consistently challenged their non-recognition as bonafide government workers by the present government, just as non-installment of their pay rates seven months after their commitment.
The State Commissioner for Information, Tourism and Values Orientation, Mr. Muyiwa Olumilua, uncovered this in Ado-Ekiti on Monday while tending to a gathering of physically tested individuals likewise influenced by the activity.
Olumilua noticed that that none of the arrangements, including different classes of individuals experienced fair treatment, particularly as it included biometrics.
He said the enlistment was hastily done, even up till the very night of the day of exit of the previous representative.
The official said it was on the premise of that the Fayemi's organization set up a board headed by the Deputy Governor, Chief Bisi Egbeyemi to audit the arrangements.
He said the council was additionally to decide the real accessible opportunities inside the open administration.
Olumilua revealed that the board of trustees had finished up its task and would before long take an unequivocal decision on the issue with the goal that those included could know their destiny.
Giving a breakdown of the aggregate of 2,000 arrangements, the chief said that 600 instructors were enrolled into the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) while 400 staff were utilized into the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and 1,000 infused into the Ministry of Establishment.
He emphasized the dedication of the present organization to the age of business openings without political hue.
"We need to guarantee that accessible opportunities will be fairly filled without bias and undue political thought," he included