Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, has approved the employment of over 300 people into the state civil service. Chairman, Taraba State Civil Service Commission, John Mamman, disclosed this on Sunday in an interview with our correspondent in Jalingo. Mamman said the governor had noticed the gap in the junior, middle cadre and even at the top level of civil service in the state and gave the approval to reposition the service for better service delivery. “There is a gap because most of the experience civil servants we inherited from the old Adamawa State, who are now retiring. “In the next two or three years, if we don’t employ, we will have more pensioners than regular civil service servants.