KOGI STATE CIVIL SERVANT, TENIMU MUHAMMED RESIGNS APPOINTMENT OVER 10 MONTHS SALARY OWED

Trail Reporters

A civil servant in Kogi State Ministry of Environment, Tenimu Muhammed, today, tendered his resignation letter for Governor Yahaya Bello’s refusal to pay ten months of his salary owed him.

In a letter written to the Commissioner for Environment, which was obtained by Trail Reporters, Tenimu said,

“Dear Hon Commissioner,

Please be informed that I am resigning from my duty post as forest Guard, under the employment of Kogi State ministry of environment and natural resources with effect from today been the 30th of October, 2017.

Please consider this letter as notice of resignation is in tandem with the period mandated per my contract.
The reason for my resignation is that I have not been paid a dime salary by your ministry since my effect official appointment about 10 months ago and it is on record that I have committedly, diligently and duly discharged my duty to the satisfaction of your ministry during the Ten months of my employment.

I am sure you appreciate my stand and will relieve me of my responsibilities on the 30th of October, my last working day at Kogi State Ministry of environment and natural resources. I trust that my owed dues will be paid .

Thanks

Yours truly

Tenimu Muhammed Tairu.”

Efforts to speak with the Commissioner over this development were unsuccessful at the time of this report.

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