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Katsina gov’t begins payment of July salary to 867 S-power beneficiaries

Katsina gov’t begins payment of July salary to 867 S-power beneficiaries

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Katsina gov’t begins payment of July salary to 867 S-power beneficiaries

The Katsina State Government has through the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) commenced the payment of N20,000 salary for the month of July to 867 beneficiaries of the S-power programme deployed to teach in primary schools across the state.

The money is amounting to a whooping sum of N29 million.

Recall that Governor Aminu Bello Masari earlier introduced S-power scheme with the aim at engaging the teeming numbers of unemployed graduates from tertiary institutions across the state.

The 5,000 graduates employed for the programme by the present administration in the state were given assignments that would help to tackle the issue of manpower in schools, hospitals and other communities.

Speaking at the flag-off of the payment in Katsina Thursday, the Executive Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUSBEB), Alhaji Lawal Buhari Daura, said all successful verified beneficiaries who have provided their bank accounts were being processed for payment.

The SUBEB chairman reaffirmed that the state government employed 5,000 graduates under the S-power programme, adding that out of the 5,000 beneficiaries, the state governor approved the appointment of 867 of them as permanent and pensionable workers.

According to him, Governor Masari has approved the payment of three months been owed the beneficiaries “but only July salary” was released to the board by the Ministry of Local Government for payment.

He said that the arrears of May and June would be paid immediately after the Sallah break and urged the beneficiaries to be patient with government and take their primary assignments seriously as reward awaits those who are dedicated and committed to duty.

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