Oyetola Speaks On Employing 12,000 Workers Into State Civil Service

Oyetola Speaks On Employing 12,000 Workers Into State Civil Service

The immediate past Governor of Osun State, Gboyega Oyetola, has denied claims that he employed 12,000 into the State Civil Service.

Naija News reports that the state governor, Ademola Adeleke, on Monday, ordered the reversal of appointments made by the past administration into the civil service.

In a statement by his spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed, the governor said the reversal of the appointments is in line with the executive order signed on Monday.

It was gathered that about 3,000 new teachers were recruited into various public primary schools in the state between mid-July and November. Also, 1,500 teachers were said to have been recruited to secondary schools across the state.

Over 1,000 workers were also reportedly employed through the State Hospital Management Development Board between July and November.

Also, about 61 freelance staff that have worked with Osun State Broadcasting Corporation for many years were also reportedly absorbed into full-time service of the station.

However, the reversal of the appointments may affect thousands of the workers recruited into the civil service by Oyetola.

Reacting to the development in a chat with The Punch, media aide to Oyetola, Ismail Omipidan, dismissed as false the reports that his principal employed 12,000 into the civil service.

He challenged the government to publish the list of the purported workers, stating that the entire workforce of the state is not even up to the said number.

This article was originally published on Naija News

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