Government of Ekiti State, Nigeria.

Commission Chairman Pledges To Run An Open Administration

January 10, 2013

The newly inaugurated Chairman of the Ekiti State Local Government Service Commission, Chief Ranti Adebisi has promised to run
an open and transparent administration.

Chief Adebisi who gave this assurance in Ado-Ekiti while chatting with journalists, said he would ensure a good rapport between government and local government staff, adding that the workers would have cause to smile.

He assured that his administration would ensure that all knotty issues within the local government system would be amicably
resolved and morale of the workers would be boosted.
On his vision and agenda in moving the commission forward, Adebisi said he would maintain effective communication with the
Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), as well as the workers and management of the commission.
Chief Adebisi said he would also develop an automated filling and integrated computer systems as well as create a website for the
commission while regular trainings would be organised to enhance professionalism.

The Chairman debunked the rumour of sacking of over 4,000 members of staff of local government and explained that some staff
were only redeployed to areas relevant to their respective disciplines in order to make them relevant.
He said that more emphasis would be placed on the agricultural sector as extension units would be created towards enhancing revenue generation.
Chief Adebisi who said staff loan schemes would be made vibrant, enjoined workers to re-dedicate themselves to duties and shun
rumour mongering.

Last modified: January 10, 2013

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