The promises made to civil servants in the State by the Governor, Chief Willie Obiano will be kept in good faith, Barrister Harry Uduh, the Anambra State Head of Service has said.
He disclosed this during the latest edition of ‘Meet The Media’ interaction held at the Jerome Udoji Secretariat Complex, Awka.
Barrister Uduh explicated that his office is charged with the responsibility of evaluating, grading, handling of petitions, and all matters concerning Anambra workers. Also, he reiterated that on the assumption of office, Governor Obiano promised fifteen per cent salary increment without prompting, workers’ mass transit scheme, prompt payment of salary and leave allowances, among others; all of which the Governor has done all would still do more.
The Head of Service stated that the Governor has also maintained warm government and labour relations, integration of the community of persons living with disabilities into the civil service scheme, payment of minimum wage, regular capacity building programmes for workers, among others.
Barrister Uduh praised all members of the organized labour for their maturity and sense of responsibility which he said has made his job easier.
He urged the civil servants in the state to always see anybody who appears before their table as a customer who should be accorded all the respect in line with the civil service rules.