Umahi Suspends Salaries Of Civil Servants Over Killings
Umahi announced the suspension in Abakaliki during a security forum organised by the founding fathers of the state and the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), among others. THE GUARDIAN reports.
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The Ebonyi governor claimed that although perpetrators of the killings and destruction in the area were sponsored from outside the state, some stakeholders of the area also fund the violence.
He said the government could no longer afford to pay their salaries, which he said, was being used to sponsor killings and destruction of property in the area. jamb results
“The suspects arrested over the incident confessed that the workers were killed and buried and the government is pacifying the families, who sought to know the location of where the victims were buried “.
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