Employment Scam: Kano Anti-Corruption Agency Arrests Two, Summons Three Permanent Secretaries

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Its chairman, Muhuyi Rimin-Gado, disclosed that an investigation was underway to apprehend those responsible for the incident, which affected numerous job seekers, according to the News Agency of Nigeria.

The Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission has detained two individuals and summoned three permanent secretaries for questioning regarding an alleged fraud related to the sale of employment forms in the Office of the Head of Service.

Its chairman, Muhuyi Rimin-Gado, disclosed that an investigation was underway to apprehend those responsible for the incident, which affected numerous job seekers, according to the News Agency of Nigeria.

Rimin-Gado stated, “Preliminary investigations have uncovered fraudulent activities at the office of the Head of Service, Civil Service Commission, Kano State Secondary Schools Board, and Health Service Management Board.

“The two suspects in custody are cooperating with the investigation, which has led to the shutdown of a fake employment portal. The commission is working to root out corruption and ensure justice is served in the employment scandal that affected thousands of job seekers.”

“The commission is working to prevent corruption and ensure that justice is served.

“The state government has mandated the commission to thoroughly investigate the matter and prosecute those found wanting,” he added. 


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