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EVIL EMPLOYMENT: GOV UDUAGHAN HIJACKS CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYMENT LIST AFTER EMPTYING STATE TREASURY

…Borrowed money to pay workers

Fejiro Oliver

Less than 75 days for the Governor of Delta State, Emmanuel Uduaghan to bid farewell to Unity House; he has concluded plans to frustrate the incoming government through fraudulent employment of workers into the Delta State Civil Service. Unless Deltans and Nigerians cry out against this fraud, the next government for four years will be unable to do anything meaningful with its resources.

Mr Uduaghan who has deliberately refused to release the names of those who applied since 2013 and wrote exams in 2014 suddenly made a U-turn when he directed the Civil Service Commission boss to get the list published in a national daily.

What is however the shocker is that 98% of those whose names appeared never wrote the exams neither were they ever available for the job. Authoritative sources revealed that out of the 1800 names shortlisted, only 940 names will be taken with the governor hijacking 900 of them to share to his cronies and concubines relatives in what an analyst described as “amorous farewell nepotism jobs”, while the remaining 40 were handpicked by the commission boss, and just like Uduaghan, he packed charlatans into the position, with claims that oral interviews will be conducted before the jobs are eventually given out.

Even though Uduaghan has severely denied having slots in the employment saga, sources close to him tag him the king of employment racketing in Nigeria. Investigations carried out exclusively revealed that none of those who genuinely applied from Sapele Local Government has his/her names on the list, giving a clearer indication that unlike in the past were top political shots dictate who gets employed; the governor alone this time was the alpha and omega. This same style was used by fmr. Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State who began employment two months to the expiration of his tenure, only for his successor, Ayo Fayose to be sworn in and sacked all the new workers.

What is not known to Deltans is that the state account is already blinking danger as all the money there have been siphoned to unknown places by the governor allegedly in connivance with his man Friday, Ovuzuorie Macaulay who doubles as the Secretary to the State Government (SSG).

The financial state of the treasure sources within the government revealed prompted the borrowing of yet to be disclosed billions of Naira to pay workers in the month of February. When contacted, a source close to the Labor Party guber candidate, Ovedje Ogboru disclosed on the condition of anonymity that if his principal should win, plans are already underway to jail Uduaghan as was done to Ibori, despite rumored support he is getting from the governor.

***Stay tuned for the secret meeting held with loyal commissioners to support Ogboru.

19 COMMENTS

  1. U try with this gist. Keep it up. Na God go punish those wen chop the delta money instead of working for the people.

  2. May God forgive this writer for all this false stories targeted at spoiling the good name of Uduaghan. Uduaghan never associated himself with Delta State employment as alleged by the writer. May God forgive this sarcastic writer for misleading the public.

  3. I hope you are not dragging Okowa into this your mischievous post. Why must it be only political big shot that should secure employment in delta state for their relatives. The state civil service has a right to employ when there is vacancy. People retire from the service every day. Those who are being employed are qualified deltans. Pls allow CSC to do their legitimate job. Dont drag Uduaghan into it. The governor is not your mate.

  4. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  5. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  6. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  7. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  8. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  9. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  10. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  11. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  12. You have blamed the governor several times for unemployment in the state. I expected you to give kudos to the governor for ensuring that those who are due for retirement leave the service promptly and establishing good mechanism to detect ghost workers thereby creating vacancy for unemployed youths, you are here making baseless accusations.

  13. May God almighty forgive you your sins. Governor has been blame several times for unemployment before 2013 until he lift the ban and there was so many rumor of selling of slot were, he has to stop the excercise for proper investigation. Please the Governor has done well to ensure Deltans youths are employed and he should be appreciated for that .

  14. Government is all about continuity and inheritance of liability, therefore the incoming government should be ready to shoulder some responsibility to meet the needs of Deltans. People should learn how to practice investigative journalism and get details of any information before putting it into writing.

  15. This writer motive failed on arrival, the writer is a hater of good things,, Deltans are proud of Gov. Uduaghan and his cabinet . Moreover Gov. Uduaghan and Okowa relationship is Cordial.

  16. I sometimes truly worry about the sanity of some of our people. Delta state is still one of the most backward states considering the amount of resources at its disposal including govt. allocation from the Federal govt. Why not take a trip to Edo state and see what true de elopement means although they have far less money than Delta state. How many new major companies have come to open up offices in Delta since uncle Uduaghan's administration began. I can only give him 20%. We need someone who can do better but I worry if Okowa can stimulate the business/economic growth we need. He is a good PDP politician but I am not aware of any business achievements unlike the other two candidates.

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