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Bayelsa partners Canadian school for staff training

By   Samuel Oyadongha

Yenagoa—Bayelsa State government is to partner Canadian School of Public Service in the area of training of its workforce.

Already, the first batch of 20 top civil servants in the Bayelsa State civil service is to undergo three months intensive training course next month.

The state government is also planning to absorb over 2,000 temporary staff in the public service.
However, this is not going to be automatic as there are laid down procedure regarding the employment of civil servants.

The state Head of Service, Reverend Obegha Oworibo, disclosed this in an interview in Yenagoa. He said the training was part of the ongoing reforms aimed at changing the mind-set of the workers.

According to him, “reforms should not come from the moon, but those inside should see the problems and proffer solutions.

“Civil servants must satisfy the people we are serving. When we are giving service, we should do it well by the best way possible. We must bring innovation to deliver service.”


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