Governor Fubara Assures Rivers Civil Servants Better Working Condition

Governor Fubara Assures Rivers Civil Servants Better Working Condition
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Governor Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State has emphasized his commitment to prioritizing the well-being of Civil Servants in the state.Governor Fubara Assures Rivers Civil Servants Better Working Condition

This affirmation was made during his visit to the Rivers State Secretariat Complex in Port Harcourt.

Accompanied by the Head of Rivers State Civil Service, Dr. George Nweke, and Permanent Secretaries, Governor Fubara received a warm and enthusiastic welcome from the delighted workers.

In his address to the workers, Governor Fubara explained that the purpose of the visit was to assess the condition of the facilities at the Secretariat and address the challenges to enhance workers’ productivity.

He identified the main issues as the lack of functional utilities, particularly water supply and security.

The governor expressed concern over the previous expenditure on water supply, stating that the utilization of funds lacked justification, and called for an investigation into the matter.

Governor Fubara urged the Civil Servants to demonstrate commitment and dedication to their responsibilities, emphasizing that laziness and apathetic attitudes would not be tolerated.

Prior to the visit, Governor Fubara had a preliminary meeting with the Head of Service and Permanent Secretaries at the Executive Council Chambers of the Government House in Port Harcourt.

In this meeting, he urged them to reorganize the state Civil Service to improve efficiency.

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