By CrossRiverWatch Admin
The Cross River State Government through the State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB has commenced man hunt for ghost workers in the state educational system.
Notice of the decision to purge the system of ghost workers was communicated through a press release signed by the Board’s Chairman, Dr. Stephen Odey and made available to CrossRiverWatch.
The exercise will involve personal audit of all teaching and non teaching staff in the schools and first on the list is Yala and Ogoja local government areas which begins from Monday 18th January, 2015 while other LGA’s are to be on standby as their itinerary will be made available soon.
Items required for the personal audit staff in the local government education authorities include: letter of first appointment, letter of conferment of appointment, original copies of all certificates, current pay slip and lesson notes for last term (teaching staff).
Also, Head Teachers are also expected to make available attendance register, time book for the past year, along with staff disposition of their respective schools while Executive Secretaries are expected to do same for staff of the local government education authorities.
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