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Retired Pensioners Yet To Get Their Gratuities, Stage Solidarity Match In Support Of Gov. Sim Adminstration

Rivers State civil service Pensioner who retired between 2012 to date have appealed to the state governor to increase the monthly release of gratuity, death benefits and monthly pension arrears to Five billion naira
The coordinator of the 2012 To date pensioner Isaac Urang made the call when members of the group in their numbers made a solidarity march to government house in support of Governor SIM Fubara laudable achievements within few months in office
Comrade Isaac Urang said despites the challenges from detractors, which includes paying of monthly pension, promotion of civil servants amongst other

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Responding to the pensioner, in front of the state government house, the head of service Dr George Nweke appealed to the pensioner to continue to pray for the Governor Fubara who has the peoples interest at heart
He said the government is doing everything within it means and powers to clear the backlog and promised to deliver the new demands to the governor ending with a popular quote when the righteous in authority the people rejoice. He assured the pensioners that they will rejoice soon as their message will be passed across to the governors

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Our correspondent reports that other speakers at the event over 300 retired civil servant participated in the solidarity march. o

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