Unic Press UK: BudgIT, an organization that assesses the performance of and purveys a range of data on both the federal and state governments, has published a report on the indebtedness of various states to workers’ and pensioners’.
The report, ‘State of States – 2018 Sub-National Salary Survey’, illustrates, among other things, the salary/pension arrears of the 36 states of Nigeria.
Kogi state situation is worrisome with a backlog of 13-month arrears with regard to unpaid secondary school teachers’. Delta state owes pensioners’ 36-month. Imo has pension arrears of 34 months. Osun owes 15-month salary to secondary school teachers’.
Anambra, Bauchi, Cross River, Ebonyi, Edo, Enugu, Gombe, Jigawa, Kano, Kaduna, Katsina, Kebbi, Lagos, Nasarawa, Niger, Ogun, Rivers, Sokoto and Yobe states’, have no salary arrears in relation to secondary school teachers, midwives in state-owned hospitals, state pension and secretariat staff.
— BudgIT Nigeria (@BudgITng) October 8, 2018