The deputy governor of Kano State, Aminu Abdulsalam Gwarzo has called on local government staff to take their job seriously.
Gwarzo warned against laxity, truancy, and other lukewarm attitudes towards duty, adding that such will not be condoned.
He gave the directive when he received the leadership of the Forum of Directors of Personnel Management who paid him a courtesy visit in his office at the ministry’s headquarters, according to Nigerian Tribune.
He said, “You need to sit up and perform your duties according to the rules of the Civil Service and as government, we will do all that it takes to create a conducive working atmosphere for our staff in the forty-four LGAs.”
He maintained that the directive became necessary given the significant role of Civil servants as the machinery for implementing policies and programmes of any administration.
He added that laxity, truancy and other Luke-warm attitudes towards duty would not be condoned.