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Sunday, 13 November 2016

Tanzania Govt uncovers over 65, 000 ghost students in Primary and Secondary School

The government of Tanzania has uncovered a size-able figure of 65,198 ghost students in Primary and secondary schools in the country, saving the government about 931.3M of Tanzanian shilling, that would have been allocated for the phantom students of 2016/17 fiscal year.
This comes after reports showed that there were 9,746,534 pupils in primary schools and 1,483,872 students in secondary schools, but after a verification exercise was conducted in September, this year, it was discovered that there were 9,690,038 pupils in primary schools and 1,429,314 in secondary schools. According to George Simbachawene, the Minister of State for Regional Administration and Local government in a statement said,  the verification exercise which was conducted in all regions after a directive was issued from the President’s office whisked out 52, 783 in primary schools and 12, 415 from secondary schools out of 65,198 non-existing students.

Meanwhile, the minister who admitted it was a framed work didn’t state if any action will be taken regards the 65,198 ghost students that were framed in the school registers, which would have cost the government about 931.3M of Tanzanian shilling.

19 comments:

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ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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But in goverment schools, the goverment dont need to pay any school fees, the staffs salary is ok..... Their mistake shah...
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Eleojo Blessing said...

Hmmmm

Eleojo Blessing said...

Quite a number

Bonita Bislam said...

Typical in Africa and worst in Nigeria.For the past 30 or more years, one government after another has complained about the menace of ghost workers but no culprit has ever been caught. In spite of all the corruption-fighting agencies in the country, civil servants and their collaborators have continued to pilfer public funds through over-bloated wage bills, award of non-existent or inflated contracts to their proxies and outright theft.
It is small wonder that some of the richest people in Abuja today are former or serving officeholders. A civil servant whose entire income in 35 years cannot build one house owns several estates and other choice properties, yet nobody is raising eyebrows.
Thank God for this BVN thingy and the many ways this government is working to close leakages.But I'm not sure if it can be completely be a success

Odibe Blessing said...

Nawa ooo

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Choi!

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Chai!


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ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

At least not ghost workers stealing money!

Olaaliu said...

Wetin concern me🙍🙍🙍🙍

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sholetoga said...

Nigeria is a learner with this news from Tanzania. Ghost students......like seriously

Jamila Shaibu said...

Na wa ooo

Uju Phil said...

Na waoh... #Kwaruption

christie benjamin said...

Na wah o....

Eyes of the gods said...

R they being paid some sort of allowance or bursary? just asking

Vivian Reginalds said...

hmm
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Eazzy Pompey said...

Maybe they are tired of learning

Juliet Iwuno said...

You don't say! Linda take note!

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