As part of efforts towards ensuring the progress of the Public Service, the Chairman, Ogun State Civil Service Commission, Engr. Tokunbo Odebunmi says the entire workforce must take punctuality seriously, as effective monitoring and evaluation procedures should take their course in the scheme of things.
Engr. Odebunmi gave the admonition while overseeing the ongoing promotion oral interview at the State Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, among other agencies of government.
The Commission boss stated that the management of Ministries, Departments and Agencies should make their members of staff accountable for regularity at work, noting that no officer should abscond from duty.
While appreciating the commitment of IRS staffers, Engr. Odebunmi urged them not to relent in generating more revenue for the government in its quest to further deliver dividends of democracy to the people.
He also expressed confidence in the staffers of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment in the discharge of their duties, imploring the management of the agency to intensify efforts on capacity building of officers, reiterating the Commission’s support whenever the need arises.
In his contribution, the Permanent Secretary in the Commission, Mr. Adedayo Somoye said it was against the Public Service rules and regulations to alter personal information in the Records of Service, particularly age, adding that any officers found wanting would face necessary disciplinary actions.
In their separate responses, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mr. Olu Ola Aikulola and Director of Administration and Supplies, IRS, Mr. Abiodun Akinwunmi appreciated the Commission for the monitoring, promising to be diligent at all times.