Present Your Primary School Certificate Before Getting Salaries – Osun Govt Tells Workers

Hope of civil servants in Osun State to receive backlog of their salary arrears appears dimmed as the state government, on Tuesday, demanded the presentation of their primary school certificates for screening before the payment of their salaries.


Tribune Online learnt that screening forms were given out to some of the civil servants, on Tuesday, with specific instruction to attach photocopies of their primary school certificates to the forms.

The development followed the decision of the state government to organise another screening exercise to determine the actual number of the state workforce, which is now to be handled by a consultant.

One of the top civil servants, who pleaded anonymity, informed Tribune Online that a bulletin on the presentation of primary school certificates by workers would be out on Wednesday to inform civil servants about the development.

Efforts to get the reaction of the director, Bureau of Communication and Strategy to the governor, Mr Semiu Okanlawon, on the issue proved abortive as calls put through to his phone were not answered and a text message sent to him was not replied.

Source: Tribune Online


  1. seriously that's total bullshit..they should stop suffering the masses...were they not screened before the got employed?this country self..I tire oooh.the issuez of ghost workerz is best know to them..they knw what they re doing..what an illicit behaviou


  2. This man looks wicked naturally. He also wear a wicked mustache. This is a plot to deprive many people their hard earned income. Does he know where his own primary school certificate is by now? He has a hidden agenda. That money is generating big amount of interest which he wants to embezzle, forgetting that the people who should receive that money are dying of hunger. Its like he doesn’t have conscience. He has destroyed his future political carrier in that state. God is watching.


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