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Ayade Cries Out, Says He Can’t Pay January Salary

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Ayade Cries Out, Says He Can’t Pay January Salary

 

The Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, said that his government will soon be unable to pay salaries in January 2021.

In an announcement on CRBC radio yesterday by the State Accountant General, Mr. Joseph Adie, the Government made this known, adding that the delay in payment is courtesy of the failure of the computer systems used to pay salaries.

The government of the state will soon not be able to pay January 2021 salaries. Due to the technical breakdown of the systems, it will suffer some delays,” Adie said while pleading for the civil servants’ understanding and patience, even as he assured that efforts are being made to resolve the issues.”

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In an announcement on CRBC radio yesterday by the State Accountant General, Mr. Joseph Adie, the Government made this known, adding that the delay in payment is courtesy of the failure of the computer systems used to pay salaries.

The government of the state will soon not be able to pay January 2021 salaries. Due to the technical breakdown of the systems, it will suffer some delays,” Adie said while pleading for the civil servants’ understanding and patience, even as he assured that efforts are being made to resolve the issues.”

 

 

Ayade Cries Out, Says He Can’t Pay January Salary

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  1. Mr Clifford, your headline says a different thing from the content of the story. Why do you like misleading headlines like this. You should try to stick to the story and say it the way it is