As Civil Servants in Ogun State commenced oral interview for the year 2018,2019,2020 promotion exercise, the Civil Service Commission has said it is committed to uphold merit and professionalism, at ensuring that its workforce maintained standard in service delivery.
The Chairman, Civil Service Commission, Engr. Tokunbo Odebunmi, said this in Abeokuta, during a monitoring exercise to the Ministry of Justice, noting that the exercise would cut across both Senior and Junior Officers, to improve workers’ reading culture and enhance productivity.
Engr. Odebunmi, while expressing confidence in the team of accessors, said they would be just and fair, promising that the government would continue to create a conducive environment for workers to excel in their chosen career.
The Chairman, who appreciated the Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun for approving the exercise and keying into the proposed State-owned Public Service College, charged officers to comport themselves during the interview, saying “I am pleased and delighted on the outcome of the exercise so far, particularly on your conduct and behaviour”.
Earlier in his remarks, the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Barr. Akingbolahan Adeniran lauded the Commission for its proactiveness during the process of the recruitment of State Counsels, noting that his Ministry would continue to ensure prompt dispensation of justice.
Other members of the Commission on the entourage includes the Commissioners I, Hon. Adebowale Ojuri, II, Ms. Nike Osoba, III, Mr. Gabriel Falola, and the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Kolawole Ogunlana, among others.