The Head of Service, Sir Onyi Wamah has warned that heavy penalty awaits present day Civil/Public Servants whose actions, attitudes and comments run counter of the Public Service Code of Conduct.
Sir Wamah, who gave the warning in his office while exchanging views with some Permanent Secretaries, asserted his irrevocable commitment to returning the services to its old culture where discipline and respect for seniority were the order of the day.
The State Head of Service who decried the erosion of the Internal Mechanism of the Public Service such as unruly behavior of Public Officers, indisciple and total negation of Standard Rules and Regulations made it clear that efforts were on top gear to save the service from total collapse.
The Number One Civil Servant warned workers to desist from acts inimical to the service such as disrespect for constituted authorities and superiors, lateness to work and all negative tendencies that will mar the service.
Speaking on behalf of other Permanent Secretaries the Permanent Secretary, Bureau of Common Service and Service Monitoring, Deacon Uzoma Isiakpu assured their preparedness to rise up to the challenge of ensuring that public servants change their attitude to work to restore the lost glory of the service.