JUST IN: Nigerian government to delay all workers salaries for January, gives reason

The Nigerian government will be delaying January salaries for all federal civil servants.

A memo issued by the management of the National Mathematical Center, Abuja on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, confirmed the development, saying, the payment of salaries to Federal Government Civil servants will be delayed beyond normal.

The center in a memo signed by its acting bursar, Pius Ukwah attributed the delay to the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF).

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According to the memo, the Accountant General of the Federation (AGF) office is still working on finalizing the 2024 Appropriation on the GIFMIS platform and as a result the Personnel Warrant for the month of January 2024 is yet to be released.

The memo further revealed that the delayed will cut across other MDA’s and not just the Centre.

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The memo urged their staff to exercise patience as “we await a positive resolution by the OAGF.”

The memo titled; “DELAY IN THE PAYMENT OF JANUARY 2024 SALARY, reads; “We wish to inform you that January 2024 salaries will be delayed beyond normal.

“As at today (Janury 31, 2024), the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation is still working on finalizing the 2024 Appropriation on the GIFMIS platform and as a result the Personnel Warrant for the month of January 2024 is yet to be released.

“The same situation applies to all MDAs and not just the Centre. We regret the inconvenience caused by this delay.
Please let us continue to exercise patience as we await a positive resolution by the OAGF.

See the memo below:

Delay of January salary

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