Tue. Jul 26th, 2022


The State Head of Service Sir Onyii Wamah has expressed satisfaction at the level of compliance of the Abia Workforce in wearing native attire to work every Wednesday as directed by his office.

Sir Onyii Wamah who undertook unscheduled visit to the Abia State House of Assembly, Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs and Abia State Water and Sewage Corporation stated that the monitoring exercise was to ensure that Abia workers obey rules and directives.

The Head of Service, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Bureau of Common Services and Service Monitoring, Deacon Uzoma Isiakpu commended the Clerk/Permanent Secretary of the Abia State House of Assembly Sir John Pedro Irokansi and staff for their diligence, dedication and commitment to duty of his staff the neatness of the Assembly Complex.

Responding, the Clerk/Permanent Secretary, Abia State House of Assembly, Sir Pedro Irokansi, Permanent Secretary, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs Mrs. Joy Nwanjo and the Managing Director, Abia State Water and Sewage Corporation, chief Leo Ogbonna, thanked the Head of Service for the visit and appealed to him to make it a routine in order to re-awaken the consciousness of Public and Civil Servants on their responsibilities.

The Clerk of the House of Assembly, however, pleaded with the State Head of Service to look into the seeming delay in the approval of In-Service Training for

Civil/Public Servants, stressing that such will enhance career development and growth as well as boost the morale of workers for higher productivity.

Also, the Managing Director of Abia State Water and Sewage Corporation, Chief Ogbonna disclosed that following decried the spate of none attendance by majority of the staff their salaries, have been stopped and appealed to the Head of Service to ensure that the Last Pay Certificate (L.P.C.) of some staff of the Corporation posted to other MDAs are returned to enable him effectively control such staff. 

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