IPPIS Has Verified 61,446 Civil Servant – FG

IPPIS Has Verified 61,446 Civil Servant - FG

IPPIS Has Verified 61,446 Civil Servant – FG

IPPIS Has Verified 61,446 Civil Servant – FG

61,446 civil personnel from various government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies have reportedly been confirmed on the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System, according to Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan, Head of Civil Service of the Federation.

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She added that 3,657 civil officials have already been accused of engaging in corrupt practices and other related offenses and sent to the Independent and Corrupt Practices and Related Offenses Commission for prosecution.

Yemi-Esan made this information known to State House Correspondents on Thursday during the 43rd State House Briefing, which was held at the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja and hosted by the Presidential Communications Team.

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According to Yemi-Esan, at least 1,618 applicants floated illegal or fake letters as 874 officers have so far been suspended from the IPPIS platform.

IPPIS Has Verified 61,446 Civil Servant – FG

She also disclosed that the government saves about N180m monthly and about N2bn annually by implementing IPPIS.

The HoS boasted that IPPIS can incorporate the salaries of striking university lecturers.


However, the lecturers under the auspices of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, have been on strike since February 14, 2022.

ASUU had rejected IPPIS in favor of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution which, according to the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, has met only one of the three major criteria on its integrity tests.

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