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Chairman, Civil Service Commission, Dame Nkem Okwuofu (middle); 2nd Member Civil Service Commission, Lady Roseline Amioku (left) and the Permanent Secretary Directorate of Government House and Protocol, Mr. Eddy Ogidi-gbegbaje

Be Good Ambassador-Okwuofu Charges Civil Servants

As the Delta State Civil Service Commission begins its mandated monitoring exercise, civil servants have been charged to remain exemplary in the discharge of their duties.

Speaking today [01-08-17] in Asaba when she led members of the Civil Service Commission on a Monitoring visit to the Directorate of Government House and Protocol, the Chairman, Dame Nkem Okwuofu, said that as civil servants they had the responsibility of not only carrying out their duties diligently but also should be good ambassadors of the commission and the state.

According to her "As civil servants, you have to be good ambassadors of the commission and the state, you have a responsibility to execute your duties diligently and efficiently".

Addressing the issue of promotion, Dame Okwuofu assured civil servants of the commission's determination to ensure that promotions were effected as at when due saying "we are determined to ensure that promotions are done as at when due so that civil servants can benefit the fruits of their labour".

Earlier in a welcome address, Sir Eddy Ogidi-Gbegbaje, Permanent Secretary Government House and Protocol in a welcome address said that the essence of the exercise was to ensure that civil servants remained focused in the discharge of their duties and thanked the Commission for the monitoring visit.

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