300 workers quit Kano Internal Revenue Services’ job over N35, 000 salary

Barely three months after their employment , not less than 300 of the 765 graduates engaged as revenue collectors , with the Kano Internal Revenue Services were believed to have dumped their job , due mainly to a paltry salary of N35 per month, which they described as not only poor but contrary to what was earlier promised .
According to one of the newly engaged graduates, who dumped the employment , who declined to identify himself, confided in the newsmen that the Service failed to fulfil some of the promises, made to them.
Referring to the service salary scale , he disclosed that majority of them were influenced to abandon their earlier engagement and embrace the tax generation job but only to be remunerated, with N35 , 000 monthly.
Also , our source revealed that following the autonomy attained by the KIRS , the Service offered them a better salary package than what they were earning in their former firms of engagement but sadly ended up being paid N35, 000 as graduates.
Contacted for reaction to the development , the KIRS Public Relations Officer, explained that the Service Executive Chairman, Sani Abubakar Dambo is out of the state for Lesser Hajj , pointing out that no one can make comments on his behalf .
Meanwhile , another source at the KIRS , also confirmed that a substantial number of those recently engaged have dumped the job , without notification .


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