Osun Governor Adeleke Refutes Fake Salary Structure, Assures Civil Servants
Misleading Salary News Debunked by Osun State Governor
In response to a viral post circulating on social media, Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, has discredited the purported new salary structure and urged civil servants in the state to disregard it as fake. The governor’s statement was conveyed by his spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed, on Monday.
The misleading information had caused confusion among civil servants, but the Governor’s office clarified that the content did not originate from the state government. Governor Adeleke reaffirmed his commitment to the welfare of workers, assuring them that he is actively working on measures to mitigate the impact of subsidy removal, not only on civil servants but also on the broader population of the state.
In the official statement released by the Governor’s spokesperson, it was emphasized that the government is dedicated to unveiling palliative measures soon to support the people during this challenging period. The measures are expected to ease the burden brought on by the subsidy removal and other economic challenges faced by the state.
“The attention of the Osun State Government has been drawn to a viral post on a new salary scale for civil servants in the state. The post is not only false but also misleading as every content in it does not emanate from the State Government,” the statement read.
Governor Adeleke, since assuming office, has consistently shown his commitment to improving the welfare of workers in the state. His administration aims to navigate the economic realities and ensure that the civil servants are adequately supported.
The Governor’s spokesperson advised civil servants and the general public to be wary of mischief-makers who propagate false information, aiming to raise unnecessary expectations and incite disaffection among workers. The statement reiterates that the Adeleke administration is actively working on palliative measures, which will soon be implemented to alleviate the challenges faced by the populace.
As the state government focuses on implementing measures to cushion the impact of subsidy removal, civil servants and the public are urged to remain patient and trust in the government’s commitment to their welfare. The Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, remains resolute in his dedication to improving the lives of the people, even amidst economic challenges.