Delayed November Salary: Policemen complain of hunger, poverty

By AdvocateNews on 09/12/2021

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Members of the Nigeria Police Force have cried out, complaining of hunger following the delay by the Federal Government to pay their November salaries.

In a Police wireless message, it was disclosed that the delay of salaries was due to a delay in processing of funds from federal ministry of finance for payment of November 2021 salaries.

“Information received from IPPIS unit of OAGF indicates delay in processing of funds from federal ministry of finance for payment of November 2021 salaries which that there will be delay in payment of November 2021 salary,” the signal addressed to various commands and formations read.

However, several police officers while speaking on the development, stated that the reason for not paying their salaries is a lame excuse.

A police officer on the condition of anonymity said, “It is lame excuses, police can not bare the brunt, is not our fault it is leadership failures, for Christ sake all others security agents have been paid since last week, today is 8/12, how do they want us to survive when we are not doing other jobs or to go and commit crimes.”

Another officer stated. ““Economic crunch has crushed most of us due to irrational cost of living, an hungry man is an hangry.

“Police is seriously hunting any one that air his views, they say you are leaking official secret, they want you to remain zombie, suffering and smelling, please cover the identity”

Posted 09/12/2021 07:07:26 AM

 

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