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No return to modulated salary in Osun — Official

Mr Adelani Baderinwa, the immediate past Osun Commissioner for Information and Strategy, who is the current supervisor of same ministry, says it is untrue that the state government intends to return to the era of modulated salary, also known as half salaries. In a press statement released by Baderinwa on Saturday, he said it had […]
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Civil servants urged to shun corruption

Civil servants urged to shun corruption

Civil servants have been urged to shun corruption and other related offences in their work places, in line with the anti-corruption mantra of the government. Human Resources Management Director, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Ajibola Ibrahim, made the call in Abuja during the Sensitisation and Awareness Creation Workshop on Transparency and Anti-Corruption Practices, organised […] …

Perm Sec to civil servants: build capacity, add value to service

Perm Sec to civil servants: build capacity, add value to service

• Press Director Olowookere retires The Ministry of Labour and Employment Permanent Secretary, Mrs Ibukun Odusote, has urged new employees of the Ministry to see their employment as an opportunity to contribute to national development and add value to the Federal Civil Service. The Permanent Secretary, who spoke in Abuja at the induction organised for […] …

Ambode praises civil servants

Ambode praises civil servants

THE Lagos State Civil Service has helped to reduce waste and boost productivity, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has said. He said this was partly the result of the huge investments in knowledge and skills by his administration. Ambode spoke during a training  tagged: ‘Effective management strategies for repositioning and higher responsibilities” organised by the ministry of […] …

Dec. salaries, Christmas bonus for Bayelsa workers

Dec. salaries, Christmas bonus for Bayelsa workers

Femi Folaranmi, Yenagoa A memorable Christmas celebration awaits Bayelsa State civil servants as the state government has admitted that it had received N13.6 billion as allocation from the Federation Account for the month of December, 2018. Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Maxwell Ebibai said, in a statement, on Saturday, that Governor Henry Seriake Dickson, had issued […]
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‘May God seize power from el-Rufai’ — the prayer behind the arrest of sacked civil servants (video)

‘May God seize power from el-Rufai’ — the prayer behind the arrest of sacked civil servants (video)

Some civil servants sacked by the Kaduna state government got more than they bargained for when they were arrested by the police for allegedly praying against the administration of Nasir
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BSES clampdown: Fayose’s aide, Fayemi’s c’ittee trade tackles

BSES clampdown: Fayose’s aide, Fayemi’s c’ittee trade tackles

Wole Balogun, Ado-Ekiti The fact-finding committee recently constituted by Governor Kayode Fayemi to see to the reopening of closed Broadcasting Corporation of Ekiti State (BSES) and former Managing Director of the media platform, Lere Olayinka, on Wednesday, exchanged verbal invectives over the latter’s refusal to honour an invitation to appear before the Committee and explain […]
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Bauchi HOS apologises to civil servants, pensioners, over microfinance Banks closure

FOLLOWING the liquidation of Garu and some other microfinance banks in Bauchi State by the NDIC which has put many customers into untold hardships as their savings are trapped, State Head of Civil Service (HoS), […]
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