Edo : Obaseki’s Technological Drive To Boost Reforms In State Civil Service  


The Edo State Governor ,Godwin Obaseki has put in place measures  to boost the current reforms currently been experienced  in the State. The Governor who revealed steps been taken by his administration towards enhancing technological drive in the state civil service said it is about time Edo Civil Service  is fully driven by technology .

The Governor  revealed this when the chairman of the State Civil Service Commission ,Mrs Ekiuwa Inneh paid  a visit to government house Benin to submit its 2018 Annual Report.

Mrs Ekiuwa Inneh in her address said there were 3,217 civil servants in the state as at Dec. 31, 2018, which include 679, 2177, 336 and 25 in junior, senior, management and consolidated cadres, respectively.

She called for the recruitment of professionals to further fortify the service and inject more life to deepen reforms in the state. She also commended the ongoing reforms in the state civil service, especially the renovation of the Secretariat and High Court buildings.

The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki on his part thanked the Chairman of the service Commission and stated  that the civil service must be retooled to respond to demands of contemporary age so it can better serve the people.

He said he was working to ensure that civil servants are trained regularly on modern trends in management and work processes to ensure efficiency in the discharge of their duties.

“There is need for transition from manual record keeping to electronic processes to conform with global standards. We are working with foreign partners to provide world-class facilities at the Training Center, being constructed in the state,” he said.

He assured of continued support to the Commission, adding that work at the Treasury House, Blocks C and D of the State Secretariat, as well as power supply arrangement to the Secretariat would be completed before the end of the year.




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