Directors in Abia workforce Charged to be proactive

Directors in Abia Workforce Charged to be Proactive

Directors in the Abia State Civil Service have been called upon to be proactive in the discharge of their duties to achieve a healthy and virile civil service in the state.

 

The State Head of Service, Dr (Mrs) Ngozi Obioma, made the call during her maiden meeting with the directors in the office of Head of Service, described directors as vanguards of civil service rules and values and urged them to show professionalism in the discharge of their duties for effective and efficient service delivery.

 

Dr (Mrs) Obioma who maintained that directors have an edge over other staff as a result of their qualifications and period of time spent in the service, advised them to always live by example.

 

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The HOS who pointed out that the present administration, led by Governor, Alex Otti is committed to reform the civil service system, charged the directors with the responsibility of sanitizing their staff as well as helping them imbibe ethics and values of civil service to bring back the loss glory of the service.

 

In her vote of thanks, the Director in charge, Bureau of Administration, Mrs Onuoha, who described the new Head of Service, Dr Ngozi Obioma, as a wonderful woman, expressed no doubt that she will do well and called on all to work harmoniously with her for a virile civil service system.

 

Meanwhile, the new Head of Service, Dr (Mrs) Ngozi Obioma had earlier met with the management and staff of the inner office of the head of service.

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During her maiden meeting with them, Dr Ngozi Obioma reminded them of the Governor’s plan to rebuild Abia as well as rejuvenate the service system and urged them to play important role in the rebuilding process.

 

The HOS who revealed that she attached so much importance to handwork, transparency and sincerity of purpose, pointed out that actions and inactions make or mar the system, emphasized on the need to imbibe core values in service, adding that indiscipline, lateness to work, loitering and other unethical behaviours that are detrimental to the service will not be tolerated.

 

She maintained that expectations are very high and solicited their support and cooperation to achieve remarkable success and promised an open door policy that will accommodate veritable ideas that will help Government achieve its desired goals.

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The meetings featured interactive sessions.