Kogi Civil Servant Slumped & Died In Office Today. How Unpaid Worker Who Resorted To Begging To Feed Family Died Today

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Kogi Civil Servant Slumped & Died In Office Today. How Haruna David Who Resorted To Begging To Feed Family Died Today

A senior officer with Kogi Ministry of Education, Mr Haruna David died in office today Tuesday the 5th of June 2018.

The deceased who was the Deputy Director in the Ministry’s Quality Control Department slumped in the office around 12noon today.

According to sources at the ministry,  David who appeared weak and pale was going to clock in for mid-day when he suddenly slumped and gave up the ghost.

Before his death, David who was last paid in February with half salary  resorted to begging from neigbours to feed his large family.

The father of 5 who is the sole bread winner of his family reportedly complained to colleagues weeks before his death the he could not pay backlog of debt he incurred before the payment of half salary in February.

May his soul rest in peace.

8 thoughts on “Kogi Civil Servant Slumped & Died In Office Today. How Unpaid Worker Who Resorted To Begging To Feed Family Died Today

  1. so sad people will die without reaping from from their sweat.look at the stupid governor of that state who literally stays in abuja and lick the plates of the federal power while his state is in crisis.kogi people,how long can u wait to stand up to those rogues in your state.

  2. Meanwhile the Governor keeps his multiple wives in mansions and diamonds! I hope the people of Kogi let their votes speak for them in the coming elections.

  3. Even with regular salary payments a civil servant can barely meet his needs so owing him that meager salary is a huge crime against humanity. When only one name is written on the back of a civil servant’s file, there are legions. Of invisible dependants riding on his back so nobody should owe salary because it is very wicked to do so. Mchwweeeew!!!
    RIP.

  4. This is common with every state in Nigeria, non payment of salaries and my question is, why do these people still go to work? They cannot organize themselves and disrupt those their leaders, we lack the zeal and determination to make things happen, the real change in Nigeria will never come with PVC, Massive disobedience, the so called leaders are deliberately wicked…. IPOB ways still remain the best solution,otherwise,those crooks are not going away.

    Fear of the unknown still remain the greatest obstacle to the black race.

  5. what do you expect from Gov. Pharaoh of Kogi State? What a heartless and clueless Governor?
    Posterity will definitely judge you. RIP to the dead.

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