No More Delayed Salaries, Kogi SUBEB Pledges

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Kogi State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB, has assured teachers in the state that there would be no more delays in salary payment with the new mode of payment put in place.

Executive Chairman of Kogi SUBEB, Nuhu Ahmed, stated this when some basic education teachers visited his office to lodge complaint about their unpaid January salary.

He said the challenge of non-payment stemmed from teachers who could not write their account number and name correctly, adding that many of them wrote old account numbers and even abbreviated their names, which the Central Bank rejected. According to him, this stalled the online payment to affected teachers from the state’s account.

To ensure genuine teachers are paid, he said headmasters of each basic school have been mandated to write the names of their teachers and sign, while the teachers visit his office to write their names, bank account details, and phone number.

Ahmed explained that due to the omission, the board still owed December salary to all the teachers as well as November salary of five local government areas that were omitted. He, however, quickly added that the state government was making effort to settle the outstanding salaries.


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