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NEWS: GOV. FINTIRI DIRECTS RECRUITMENT OF 2,000 SECONDRY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Published by on November 30th, 2019.


GOV. FINTIRI DIRECTS RECRUITMENT OF 2,000 SECONDRY SCHOOL TEACHERS

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has directed State Head of Civil Service Doctor Edgar Amos Sunday to kick start the process for recruitment of two thousand teachers in to Post Primary Schools Managed Board in the first quarter of twenty twenty.

He gave the directive when he received final report of the committee for Regularization of Appointments and Transfer of Service in the State Civil Service from May Twenty Fifteen to May Twenty Nineteen held in the Conference Hall, Government House, Yola Thursday.

He said government has included some amount in the twenty twenty budget for the recruitment and that was why he partially lifted embargo on employment to meet up with the needs of man power in some ministries, departments and agencies of government

Governor Umaru Fintiri stressed that his administration is keen to the total repositioning of the civil service sector and as such government will do everything possible to restore the loss glory of the workforce to sanitize it from suffering.

He saluted members of the committee for their steadfastness and patriotism exhibited in carrying out the assignment successfully without fear or favour and declared that government is happy with them for the onerous task done.

The Governor said very soon he will constitute a committee that will come up with a white paper for the review of the recommendations of the committee towards full implementation in addition the present administration will continue to do its best for the interest of the service.

Earlier in his remark, the Chairman of the Committee on Regularization of Appointments and Transfer of Service in the State Civil Service from May twenty fifteen to May twenty nineteen Mr Emmanuel Ibrahim said the committee during its assignment had visited ministries, departments and agencies to compile the report.

Mr Ibrahim who is a Permanent Secretary Administration in the office of the Secretary to the State Government SSG, revealed that a total of seven thousand, five hundred and ninety nine persons were employed in the year under review.

He added that of the total, four thousand, two hundred and nineteen persons were employed based on due process and recommended for state government to sustain them for the interest of the civil service.

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The Chairman further disclosed that the remaining three thousand, three hundred and eighty persons were not recruited base on due process as the recruitment agencies have compromise their responsibilities and advised government to review the recruitment.

He said the committee observed that due process was tempered upon in issuing some waivers in the recruitment and expressed worry a situation whereby a third class graduates were recruited to lecturing at the Adamawa State Polytechnic Yola SPY.

He applauded Governor Umaru Fintiri for a partial lift of embargo on employment in the state which has been neglected by previous administrations and hoped that the state government will soon implement the recommendations of the committee for the benefit of civil service and the state at large.

Creadit 📷 Thomas Terry

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