Ben Ayade finally listen to the cries of civil servants, urge them to go for verification
Sept. 29, 2020
The Cross River State Governor, Sir Ben Ayade has finally succumbed to the cries of civil servants whose names were removed from the state payroll and those whose salaries has been denied for some months.
This is following the peaceful protest from civil servants in the state who took to the streets of Calabar asking the state governor to come to their aid.
However, the governor has finally decided to do the needful. He has asked all civil servants whose names were deactivated from the payroll and those who have worked for several months without salaries to present themselves at the U.J Esuene on Wednesday September 30, 2020 for verification.
The exercise will kick off from 9a.m and it would last for two weeks.
This is a very good move by the governor as this would go a long way to help those affected meet their needs.
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