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HOW FORMER ZAMFARA GOV AND HIS COMMISSIONER OF FIN. SUPERVISED SALARY RACKETTERING

A persistent salary racketeering for past several years was discovered in a first attempt at verifying the pay roll of Zamfara State by the recently appointed Commissioner of Finance, Alhaji Rabiu Garba Gusau.
In a press briefing with newsmen yesterday, the Commissioner disclosed that a total of 4,972 persons authorised by the former administration of Abdulazeez Yari to be collecting salaries worth over N216 million monthly have been found to be irregular.
Significantly, this irregularities persisted under the supervision of the former Commissioner of Finance under the administration of Abdulazeez Yari, Alhaji Mukhtar Shehu Idris (Kogunan Gusau).

Some of the discoveries included non existent staff who collect monthly salaries and existing staff who collect multiple salaries. "there are staff whose list is not part of the state civil service but said they were simply authorised to be included in the payroll from the office of the Head of service", the Commissioner disclosed.

According to him, there are among them, 1640 staff whose account numbers are not on the server and another 119 whose names on the payroll differ from the account numbers benfitting from their monthly pay.

"in fact, a check further revealed to us that some names collecting salaries in the state do not even have account numbers with us. Instead, numbers similar to GSM numbers are what is provided, yet salaries go into certain account numbers at the end of the day", the Commissioner revealed .

Preliminary investigation indicated that these irregularities were known and tolerated by the previous administration which the Government of Bello Muhammad is now committed to correct. 

"we have stopped the payment of these salaries and our investigation will continue and we shall make sure that scarce resources of ZAMFARA State  is no longer siphoned through fraudulent means", the Commissioner assured.

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