Revealed: Why Oyo Govt Sacked 662 Workers This Christmas

Revealed: Why Oyo Govt Sacked 662 Workers This Christmas

Why 662 Oyo Workers Were Sacked.

As We reported in July, See HERE, The Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi has Began the Distribution of Sack Letters to the 662 Oyo Civil Servants who Were Sacked. See Reasons Expressed by the State Government below:

The 662 workers  are being Fired for alleged forgery of results of their West African School Certificates which has caused fear to grip the entire public and civil servants in the state with the affected workers describing the letters as bad Christmas gifts.

The most affected are workers from the Polytechnic, Ibadan, and its satellite campus at Saki, The Polytechnic, Eruwa, and other tertiary institutions under the state government. Also some civil servants in the Ministries of Education; Information and Culture; Agriculture and Natural Resources; Lands, Science and Technology, Finance, Local Government and Rural Development, Ministry of Commerce, Trade and Industry, Health and Water Resources are not at peace knowing that the distribution of the letters is still on-going and the declaration by the government that names of other 2,021 workers have been expunged from payroll.

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Already, the state government has sent dismissal letters to 24 workers of The Polytechnic, Ibadan. The first batch of the letters which are 18 in number were received by the workers in the institution last week Thursday while another six letters have been sent but are yet to be handed over to the affected workers.

Due to the gradual release of the letters, guilty workers in the institution have been running helter-skelter to some politicians to prevail on the governor to give them soft landing that would enable them to collect gratuities and pensions and also escape possible prosecution. The affected workers are in two categories.

The first category are the ones who have admitted guilt while there are others who claim that their certificates are genuine. Out of the 662 workers, only forty of them who feel they have genuine certificates have so far gone to the management of the West African Examination Council for the verification of their certificates.

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