The Jigawa State and Local Governments Contributory Pension Board (JSLCPB) says it has paid 362 retirees N327,180,228.35 as their terminal benefits.
Fagam said out of the number, 148 people retired from the State Civil Service, adding that the board also paid 12, 689,318.38 as terminal and death benefits to heirs or relations of 15 people that died while in active service in the same service.
He said N118, 625572.64 was also paid to 104 people that retired from the State Local Government Service, while N3, 211,765.71 was paid to relations of those who died as death benefits in the same service.
He said that all the payments were made in October.
According to the executive secretary, the board paid N108, 627,330.86 as gratuities to 231 officers of the Local Government Education Authority, while N65, 950,655.60 was paid to the relations of those that died while in the service of the Local Education Authority.
He said the board had refunded N341, 327.65 as 8 per cent contribution to officers who retired prematurely.
He dispelled rumors that the board was indebted and was even trying to sell its headquarters’ building in Dutse.
Edited by Abdullahi Yusuf
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