Rededicate Yourselves To Duty In 2018

By CHARLES EMENI
CIVIL servants in Delta State have been charged to rededicate themselves to duty as the New Year, 2018 begins.
Giving the advice in a Delta Broadcasting Service (DBS) interview programme monitored in Asaba, the state capital, the Head of the Service (HOS), Mr. Reginald Bayoko, said that the charge had become necessary in view of the need for civil servants in the state to sustain quality and efficient service that would positively project government’s policies and programmes.
The HOS said that the state government was committed to providing all that civil servants would need to make them become maximally efficient in their various offices in the New Year, adding that ‘all that is required of them is rededication and commitment to service that would further enhance good governance in the state.’
Disclosing that capacity building was necessary for an efficient civil service, he said that last year, the state government ensured the training and retraining of civil servants, stressing that in 2018, government would ensure that more civil servants benefit from its training programme.
He added that in order to make civil servants happy and more efficient, the government was committed to ensuring that they continued to benefit from car loan and other benefits that they are entitled to in the service. To this end, he appealed to civil servants in the state to have a new and positive mindset to perform their official duties, adding that 2018 would be a better year for them in the state.He assured them that the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa administration was irrevocably committed to the welfare of civil servants in the state and would, therefore ,do everything within its powers to sustain it