Ekiti State Government has sacked 2,000 Civil Servants recruited by the Fayose administration, after the July 28 Governorship Poll in the State.
Those sacked, include 600 Secondary School Teachers, 400 Primary School Teachers and 1,000 core Civil Servants.
Information Commisioner, Muyiwa Olomilua, who broke the news to newsmen in Ado Ekiti, says the decision was taken by the State Executive Council, based on the report of a Committee set up to review the irregular appointments between December 2014 and 2018.
The appointments of sacked 2,000 Civil Servants, according to him, did not follow due process, but they are advised to participate in future recruitment exercise.
The Commissioner also says that 169 Civil Servants sacked by Fayose administration in 2014 have been directed to visit the Establishment Ministry to ascertain their status.
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