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Gov. Inuwa releases N775m for payment of outstanding gratuity to Gombe retirees

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The Gombe State Government is set to commence the payment of another tranche of outstanding gratuity to retired civil servants in the state.

Spokesman for the governor, Ismaila Misilli, said the decision followed the release of N775 million by Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya for the payment of the retirees’ benefits.

Sequel to the governor’s directives, the committee set up by the governor to verify and ascertain the correctness of outstanding gratuity owed state retirees has concluded arrangements to commence the payment and therefore requests retired state civil servants from January to December 2015, to come forward for verification and collection of their entitlements.

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The exercise, according to the chairman of the committee and State Auditor-General, Muhammad Buba Gombe will hold Monday March 15 at the Treasury Headquarters, Gombe by 9:00 O’clock in the morning.

According to the committee, LIFE RETIREES are to come along with Audited Computation sheet, Bank Verification Number, BVN, Civil Service Commission, CSC approval for retirement and Identification Card while dependants of LATE RETIREES are to present Letter of Administration (from the probate Registry High Court of Justice, Gombe State), Death Certificate and Original Computation sheet.

Recall that the administration of Governor Inuwa Yahaya had inherited liabilities of gratuity arrears of over N14 billion from the past administration which had abandoned the payment of the retirees’ entitlement since 2014.

The governor had earlier approved the payment of over N1.6 billion for payment of gratuity arrears.
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