Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, takes proactive measures for a seamless Sallah celebration by issuing an order for the early disbursement of June salaries to civil servants in the state. This directive was given during a well-organized empowerment program hosted by Commissioner Magret Elayo for Special Duties, Humanitarian Affairs, and NGOs.

In a bid to ensure that civil servants can fully partake in the joyous festivities scheduled for June 16th, the governor specifically instructed the 13 local government chairmen to utilize their savings to promptly pay workers’ salaries. This strategic move not only aims to uplift the spirits of the dedicated civil servants but also serves as a test to verify the claims of sufficient savings in the local government accounts in Nasarawa State.

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Governor Abdullahi Sule’s prompt action brings immense relief to the state’s civil servants who have anxiously awaited the arrival of their salaries. It demonstrates the government’s unwavering commitment to the well-being of its workforce.

In a statement, the governor emphasized the significance of timely salary payments and urged the local government chairmen to prioritize the welfare of their employees by utilizing their savings accordingly. He further assured that the state government would fulfill its own salary obligations without any compromise.

This directive from the governor has been warmly received by civil servants and workers across the state who eagerly anticipate the prompt payment of their salaries. It serves as a testament to the government’s dedication to ensuring the financial stability and happiness of its hardworking employees.