Staff Verification: Masari says screening to be extended to ‘state staff’ soon

The katsina state Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari says the ongoing verification of local government staff will soon be extended to cover the state civil service.

Alhaji Aminu Masari was speaking during the Commissioning of an office for civil servants for change along Liyafa Hotel road in katsina.

The Governor explained that a committee to carry out the screening of civil servants in all the ministries, Departments and Agencies.

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He announced that four sub committees are to be inaugurated by thursday, this week on the verification exercises in the state.

One of the committees, Alhaji Aminu Masari said is for verification of state civil servants while the remaining three sub committees are to entertain complaints from the previous screening in the local governments across The three senatorial zones.

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On the Commissioning of the office, Governor noted that members laboured for 8 years to bring about the desired positive change in the state.

He explained that the present APC administration in the state would not force people to join the governing party but would do its best to ensure objective and not subjective fallowership.

The Governor promised necessary support to consolidate their successes and urged them to work with dignity and honour adding that they should say what is wrong and good about government. In a welcome address, the state chairman of concerned civil servants for change, Alhaji Abdullahi Ja’afar Dankama spoke at length on the background of the association.

Alhaji Abdullahi Dankama showered encomiums on the Governor for the cancellation of tenure elongation imposed on civil service by the past administration, prompt payment of salaries, payment of backlog of unpaid gratuities worth over eleven billion naira and reorganization of local governments in the state.

He revealed that zonal offices of the association will soon be opened in the 34 local governments.

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