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Rewarding Staff Efforts: Sanwo-Olu Approved Bonuses and Benefits that will Serves As Palliative For Lagos State Workers During this Feast Period

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has consistently demonstrated his commitment to the well-being of Lagos State workers through various means. 

Over the years, the state government has been actively demonstrating this by focusing on competitive remuneration, fostering an ideal working environment, and implementing industry-standard practices.

In a notable move, the Governor has generously sanctioned the disbursement of an End-of-Year Bonus equivalent to 50% of the Basic Salary for all Political Appointees and Public Servants. This extends to employees of Local Governments & Local Council Development Areas, Lagos State Universal Basic Education Board (LASUBEB), and Lagos Neighborhood Safety Corps (LNSC). Such a gesture underscores the administration's recognition of the hard work and dedication of its workforce.

Furthermore, Governor Sanwo-Olu has extended this financial benefit by approving a 50% Basic Salary as End-of-Year Bonus, along with the Wage Award (PALLIATIVE). This additional support will be disbursed concurrently with the December 2023 salary, constituting a "NON TAXABLE ELEMENT." This strategic decision enhances the overall financial well-being of the recipients.

These initiatives align with the broader vision of building a greater Lagos, and the governor emphasizes the collective participation of every citizen in this transformative journey. The commitment to fair compensation, conducive work environments, and adherence to industry standards reflects the government's determination to create a thriving and prosperous state.

In conclusion, the citizens express gratitude to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for his thoughtful and considerate approach to governance, particularly in recognizing and rewarding the efforts of the state's workforce. The strides toward a greater Lagos are evident, and the entire community is encouraged to contribute actively to this positive trajectory.


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