Adeleke threatens to sanction ministry, department, agency over alleged refusal to submit salary schedule

Osun State governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke on Monday threatened to sanction any Ministry, Department, or Agency that fails to submit its salary schedule latest by today (Monday).

The governor who made the threat via a statement by his Spokesperson, Mallam Olawale Rasheed in Osogbo, added that “any agency head who obstructs the process of scheduling will face disciplinary procedures”.

“This warning is sequel to report that some agencies are still holding unto their agency’s schedules despite the directive of His Excellency,” the statement stressed.

Mallam Olawale recalled that Governor Ademola Adeleke had last week directed immediate conclusion of documentation for payment of salaries.

“This was a consequence of a report that about 45 agencies are yet to submit their payment schedule.”

He however remarked that, presently, the payment of salaries is ongoing starting with the Ministry of Justice.

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