Don’t Discriminate Among Professions, Origho Charges Civil Servants

THE Delta State Head of Service, Mr. Patrick Origho has charged civil servants in the State to avoid any form of discrimination among the different professional bodies, saying that they are employed to give their unique inputs in achieving good governance for the people.
The Head of Service stated this when he played host to the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria in Asaba, Delta State.
Origho explained that accounting professionals are not known as unionists but as regulatory bodies all over the world and should always come together to create a platform to synergise all financial issues that could stabilise the economic meltdown rather than creating discrimination among themselves.
He thanked them for helping the government of Delta State in properly utilising the funds that is accrued to the State and charged ANAN members in the State public service to consolidate on their good works.
While notifying them of the respect the people had for their profession which entails transparency in all that they do, Origho admonished the group to uphold best practice in discharging their duties so as to sustain the respect of the common man and the government which they serve.
He said that Governor Uduaghan will not relent in resolving issues that affect ANAN when the needs arises, noting that any certified officer will be given his due according to the Civil Service rule.
Stressing on the essence of training and retraining of staff to enhance productivity, the HOS said that trained officers should use the knowledge acquired to train others for the growth of the Service.
Earlier, in his remark, the Chairman of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN), Comrade Benjamin Nwajei had congratulated the Head of Service for a well-deserved appointment while expressing their confidence of result oriented Service during his tenure.
He promised the HOS of their total contribution and support at all times in repositioning the Service to its desired height.