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ODSG recruits 50 admin officers

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As parts of efforts geared towards improving its workforce, strengthening the civil service to achieve a better service delivery in Ondo State,the State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has approved the appointment of 50 Administrative Officers to boost the work force of the state civil service.
Speaking with journalists in Akure, the Ondo State Capital, the Chairman of the State Civil Service Commission, Dr. Afolabi Adewakun, said ” The new officers consists of 15 in -service personnel who are already in the service and were recruited via inter-cadre transfer/conversion into the Administrative Officers’ Cadre and 35 new officers,and had since assumed duties and deployed to various Ministries, Agencies and Extra Ministerial Departments,through the office of the Head of Service”.
Dr. Adewakun added that the recruitment process of the Administrative Officers started in August 2016 but could not be given their employment letters by the last administration, however, it was now released upon the approval of Governor Akeredolu.
The Chairman of the Civil Service Commission noted that young Administrative Officers were last recruited into the system 2010.
Reacting to the development, the Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Yemi Olowolabi reiterated the determination of the Akeredolu led government in the state at ensuring continuity in programmes and policies inherited from the last administration that were aided at improving the well-being of the people of the state and improve on them where necessary, noting that government is continuous.
He added that the present state government would continue to promote good governance and adherent to the promises made to the people of the state during its campaign to improve on their well being.
The Information and Orientation Commissioner, therefore congratulated the newly recruited officers and urged them to be dedicated to their duties.

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