Oyo Dismisses 662 Civil Servants Over Fake WAEC Results

The Oyo State Government on Tuesday said 662 government employees had been rejected from the state open administration for manufacturing the West African Examination Council's declarations.
The state government included that 2,021 invented names of laborers and beneficiaries had been expelled from its finance.
The state Head of Service, Mr. Soji Eniade, made the exposure while preparation the push on the choices made at the State Executive Council meeting which was hung on Monday.
Additionally at the preparation were the state Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Mr. Toye Arulogun, and the Permanent Secretary in the service, Dr. Bashir Olanrewaju.


Eniade said in regards to 684 laborers were not found at their obligation posts amid the last physical confirmation in the state.
He clarified that the state government was rebuilding the state open administration by finding out the quality and amount of the workforce.
Giving a breakdown of the quantity of apparition laborers in the state, Eniade said there were 1,432 imaginary retired people's names, 84 invented neighborhood governments' beneficiaries and 505 imaginary specialists in the state common and open administration.
The HoS said they were revealed amid the check whereby the Bank Verification Number was utilized to decide the exact size of the state workforce and retired people.
He said, "The state government found that 662 faculty on its finance were in control of manufactured WAEC endorsements which were found amid the testament confirmation took care of by Messrs Captain Consulting. Three hundred and five of the work force were from the nearby government gatherings, 152 from different services, 149 from the Teaching Service Commission, 28 from parastatals and two from the state Universal Basic Education Board.
"There were 670 specialists that were found to have submitted produced authentications, eight out of them re-presented their WAEC endorsements for re-check while the staying 662 had been summarily expelled and the onus is currently on them to demonstrate that the WAEC declarations in their ownership are unique."
Eniade additionally clarified that the practice was a persistent one as the specialist was required to extend the check to the higher establishment's endorsements put together by the state common and open workers.
He asked specialists with fake testaments to intentionally leave as the legislature would come after them.
"The level of debauchery in the framework is humiliating and this can't proceed. What the legislature is doing is called self-check. There is money related check, institutional check, quality check etc. Any association or even person that needs to advance must participate in self-check as standard practice."