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States That Manages Salaries With N2.5bn Now Receive N20bn and Still Say They Cannot Pay—Ahmad Sajoh

Ahmad Sajoh, former Commissioner for Information in Adamawa State, has exposed the financial hypocrisy of Nigerian states. Speaking on Arise TV, Sajoh recalled that during his tenure, states struggled to pay salaries with meagre allocations of N2.5 billion to N4 billion, often resorting to borrowing. He added that with the removal of subsidies, governors now receive a whopping N20 billion, yet they still claim they cannot afford the proposed N62,000 minimum wage.

Sajoh highlighted the apparent mismanagement of funds and the lack of priority given to workers’ welfare, despite increased financial resources.

Watch the video from 7:38.

According to him, “When I was in government, I know that when I was a cabinet member in my state, the maximum we ever got was about 4 billion. sometimes 2.5 billion. No, I’m being very honest. Most times, we borrow to augment to even pay the salaries, but today, governors receive up to N20 billion, and yet they’re telling you that states that were managing salaries with N2.5 billion now are receiving like N20 billion, and they are still telling you they cannot pay….See More

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