Ghost Workers: Eight-Years-Old Teachers’ Draw Salaries – Bauchi

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Image caption Fortunately no young children have been found genuinely teaching classes

Children as young as eight are being paid teaching salaries by the state as part of identity fraud in the north-eastern Nigerian state of Bauchi, officials have found.

The scam, which involves drawing the salaries of non-existent civil servants, is widespread.

But the government has recently been cracking down, removing thousands of “ghost workers” from its payroll.

Nigeria is Africa’s biggest economy. It is the continent’s top oil producer, but its economy is currently under huge strain due to the recent collapse in oil prices.

The present administration of President Muhammudu Buhari has been able to save millions of dollars as a result of an ongoing verification of its workforce across the country, the auditor general for Bauchi said.

Abubakar Gabi said that thousands of workers and pensioners did not appear for an exercise aimed at rooting out ghost workers and claimants.

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