Governor Bassey Otu of Cross River has given directive for the immediate audit and verification of civil and unified local government service staff in the State.
This is contained in a statement signed by Permanent Secretary, Office of the Secretary to the State Government, Dr. Innocent Etteng.
The governor noted that the exercise would commence from the Northern Senatorial District of the state from Monday to Friday, at 9 a.m. daily.
Otu called on the workers to avail themselves for the exercise which would be held in two designated centres of the zone in Ogoja and Obudu.
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“In Ogoja, the exercise will take place at the Ogoja Local Government Headquarters for staff in Ogoja, Bekwarra and Yala councils while the Obudu Centre will be for staff in Obudu and Obanliku with a venue at Obudu Council Headquarters.
“All staff coming for the exercise need to appear with their complete enrollment form, letter of first appointment, confirmation and last two letters of promotion where applicable.
“Other documents required are staff identity card, birth certificate or affidavit of birth, educational qualifications, Bank Verification Number (BVN) and current pay slip,” he said.
He further directed all staff to comply with the requirements to avoid the omission of their names in the verified payroll that would emanate from the exercise.