20 Oct 2018

 

Civil Servants In Wau Complain Of Unpaid Salaries

Government employees in Wau State have raised dissatisfaction over government’s delays to pay out their monthly salaries.

By James Deng Dimo

WAU, 13 December 2017 [Gurtong] -
Those who spoke to Gurtong say they have not been paid for six months.

“Our families are now in dire need of food, clothes and other valuable needs while we have nothing to offer. The government must do something before the end of this week,” an employee who spoke on condition of anonymity said.

“This is our government that we all work for and it is the government that should care for us, it should protect us including paying us on time,” he said.

“I have been struggling for these six months and to make it worse, I have been threatened to be sacked should I not report to my work station,” he said.

Another employee who works with the government said that prices of commodities in the market increase on a daily making it even more difficult to survive without a salary.


 

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