Kogi Screening Review & Complaints Committee extends work

Kogi State Screening Review and Complaints Committee has released a new schedule for state and local government workers, who have complains or are affected by d screening exercise.

A statement signed by the Secretary to the Committee, Barrister I.O. Alhassan said they would attend to affected workers in Teaching Service Commission (TSC) between Monday 15th and Wednesday 17th next week.

Affected workers from Okehi and Ibaji Local Governments would have their turn on Thursday 18th & Friday 19th respectively.

The statement said Kogi State University workers would be attended to on Saturday 20th while workers from Mopa Muro Local Government Area would be attended to on Monday 22nd.

Workers from Idah LGA would take their turn between Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th of this month.

Workers from Yagba East LGA would be attended to on Saturday 27th, Ogori Magongo LGA workers are slated for Monday 29th, while Yagba West LGA is on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st.

According to the statement workers from Adavi LGA are scheduled for Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of September, while Bassa Local Government would be attended to on Saturday 3rd September.

Ofu and Omala LGAs would have Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th of September.

The Committee will attend to affected Okene LGA workers from Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th of September. Dekina Local Government workers would take their turn on Saturday 10th to Tuesday the 13th of September.

Lokoja Local government workers would have Wednesday 14th while Ajoakuta, Kabba/Bunu, Kogi LGAs would have their turn beginning from Thursday, 15th September to Tuesday 20th September respectively.

Igalamela/Odolu LGAs will be attended to by the Committee on Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd.

Olamaboro would have Saturday 24th while Ankpa LGA would be attended to between Monday 26th to Wednesday 28th of September.

The Committee Chairman, Alhaji Yusuf Okala, has asked everyone to be weary of fraudsters, who promise to assist workers to solve their problems in exchange for money. He reassured Kogites that the process is transparent and fair. He asked anyone approached by such people to report to the Committee.