BY EGUFE YAFUGBORHI
PORT HARCOURT— THE Local Government Service Commission in Rivers State has vowed to sack uncommitted directors in its fold.
Chairman of the commission, Azubuike Nmerukini read the riot act to directors in the 23 local government areas in Rivers State, currently undergoing a training on Effective Management Strategies for Sustained Service Delivery in the Local Government System. The event is on-going in Port Harcourt.
Nmerukini frowned at the laxity and poor commitment to work and shallow skills among the local government staff, especially among management staff, warning that it would no longer be business as usual as “those not ready to conform will be shown the way out.”
On the part of the commission, he said series of training and retraining programmes were being organised to redouble the skills of staff for effective service delivery as soon as a need for training was identified.