From Maduabuchi Nmeribeh, Kano
In its determination to encourage workers for better service delivery, Kano state government has promoted 140 workers.
This happens in the face of a barrage of sack of civil servants by some states in the federation.
According to a Statement by Ismail Garba Gwammaja, the Chief Public Relations Officer, Kano Civil Service Commission, the promoted 140 workers are in the mainstream of the civil servants in the months of May 2021.
The Statement quoted the State Chairman of the Civil Service commission, Engr. Bello Mohammad Kiru, as saying that the promotion was effected, “shortly after the routine Commission meeting for senior staff promotion exercise and displinary cases held at the conference hall of the commission.”
Kiru enjoined all the staff of the Commission to resume work fully as directed by the state government to ensure effective service delivery.
The Chairman appreciated the zeal and commitment exhibited by the staff of the Commission, expecially during the lockdown and stay-at-home directives, hoping that the tempo would be sustained now that there is no more restrictions to work.
Earlier in his remark, the Permanent Secretary of the Commission, Engr. Mohammad Adamu Musa, expressed delight for the cordial relationship among members of the Commission, despite some of the technical challenges it faced.
He urged them to continue with the good work while the management is working on modalities to address some of the notable challenges bedevilling the smooth running of the Commission.
Engr. Adamu, also charged the department responsible for the brief and other materials for the Commission meeting to make it available prior to the date of the meeting for validation and scrutiny.