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Spend with caution, salary may not be paid in December – FG tells police, civil servants

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The federal government has urged police officers and civil servants in the country to spend their November salaries wisely as their December salary may not come in until January 2022.

This was announced in a memo signed by the FMC Keffi’s head of finance and accounts, Samson Adegoke, dated November 25, Peoples Gazette reports.

“Due to the recurrent trends of shortfall in budgetary allocations and its attendant effect on the payment of salaries in recent times across various MDAS, the management wishes to regrettably inform all staff that there might be an envisaged delay in payment of December 2021 salary in the Centre,” the memo read.

Adegoke, while assuring the civil servants and heads of departments of the FMC’s efforts to forestall ‘unnecessary delays,’ warned them to be prudent about their spending as the yuletide season sets in.

“Accordingly, all staff are advised to be cautious in spending their November 2021 salary and to make provisions for Christmas celebrations therefrom,” the memo advised.

Similarly, the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba, in the signal message, informed all departments and commissioners of police across Nigeria of the delay in their November salaries.

“Information received from the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System unit of the office of the accountant general of the federation indicates delay in the processing of funds salaries which implies that there will be a delay in payment of November salaries,” Mr. Usman said in the signal message sent around 1:50 p.m. on December 3.

Nonetheless, the police boss commended the sacrifices and dedication of the force, assuring them that the delay would be minimized.

He further directed that all assistant inspectors general of police and police commissioners lecture officers on the delay in salaries.

 
 
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