Ogun HoS Wants Workers To Remain Steadfast

The Ogun State Head of Service, Mr. Kolawole Fagbohun says workers should remain steadfast in giving their best to the present administration, to make the State prosperous, secure, and peaceful, as the government is committed to their professional growth, and personal well-being, through regular capacity building and good welfare package.

Mr. Fagbohun, said this while declaring open a day training with the theme: “The Excellent Administrator”, organised by the Administrative Officers’ Group for Principal Administrative Officers in the State Civil Service, held at the Oba’s Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

The Head of Service stated that it was essential for them to be at the vanguard of promoting best practices at work, be solution providers in their various Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) when challenges arise and adhere strictly to the extant Public Service Rules, Financial Regulations, Public Service Commission Regulations and Circulars.

He urged the Administrative Officers Cadre in the Civil Service to continually strive to be professional and expand the frontiers of excellence for effective service delivery, saying, ‘’as custodians of rules and regulations in the Public Service, the Administrative Officers must always be excellent, professional and faultless while discharging their statutory duties.

“You must regularly update your knowledge and skills, to be efficient in the service delivery and contribute meaningfully to the ISEYA mantra of the present administration in the State”.

In their goodwill messages, the Permanent Secretaries, Bureau of Establishments and Training, Mrs. Lydia Fajounbo, Civil Service Commission, Mr. Adedayo Somoye and the Bureau of Service Matters, Mr. Hammed Ojo, appreciated the Administrative Officers’ Group for the capacity building, imploring the participants to use the training to rededicate themselves and improve on their conducts in the Service.

Earlier in his address, the Chairman,Training and Development Committee, Mr. Bode Sotoyinbo, said training, as an enormous task, should  not be left in the hands of the government alone, hence, the need for the Administrative Officers’ Group to continually build the capacity of Officers as they prepare to get into the management cadre of the Civil Service.