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Jun 12, 2016

25bn/- saved from exit of 12,246 ghost workers

THE government has saved some 25bn/- in the past three months after removing 12,246 employees from the payroll system.The Minister of State in the President’s Office - Public Service Management and Good Governance - Ms Angela Kairuki, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the workers had been removed after a meticulous verification exercise, which established that some of them had since died, retired or their contracts had already expired.
Ms Kairuki said the ministry had directed all head of public service institutions, local government authorities and permanent secretaries to submit final report of the verification exercise of ghost workers by June 15.
She pointed out that such information is required to be signed by the head of ministries, local government authorities and agencies. The institutions had earlier been given until June 10, this year, to submit the report.
"After receiving the reports, we are going to do the evaluation to purge all ghost workers in the country," the minister pledged. President John Magufuli had issued a directive to government departments and agencies to remove ghost workers from the payroll in line with his anti-corruption and austerity drive.
Speaking on the Public Service Week, Ms Kairuki said that this year's event to be held from June 16, will be used by ministries, departments, agencies and other government institutions to receive and address various grievances from the public.
The theme of this year celebration is ‘Public Leadership for Integrated Development: Towards Africa We Want’ in which public servants are supposed to be hard working, knowledgeable and professional.
“All public servants should provide services to the public on time without bureaucracy and by adhering to good performance,’’ the minister quipped.

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