Bayelsa State Civil Servants have been charged to be punctual to work. The Director of Human Resources, Office of the Head of Service (HOS), Dr Joseph Isikuru who led the Surveillance and Compliance team gave the charge during a random visit to Ministries and government offices in the state.
Dr Isikuru who noted that the visit was to monitor the compliance rate of staff resumption to duty on the first working day of the year, added that lateness, truancy and absent from duty without permission are punishable offences in the Civil Service RulesHe therefore commended staff of the Ministry for the high turn up recorded and urged them to always comply with Civil Service Rules.In her remarks, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Information, Orientation and Strategy, Mrs. Jane Help Yawei noted that the surveillance exercise would promote work ethics in the state.
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On transparency we believe that it is the right of the people of the state, to know what funds accure to the coffers of the state and the various local government councils and how they are utilized.
This is the only way to secure the trust and confidence of the people in whom sovereignty lies. ‘I have directed all local government chairmen to comply with this paradigm shift on the issue of transparency, probity and accountability, to reflect the new Bayelsa we are building.’