PROTECT LG SYSTEM, STAKEHOLDERS CHARGED
From TONY IGBOKWE, Port Harcourt –
Stakeholders of the Third Tier Government have been called upon to come together to protect the system.
The call was made at Bonny, Headquarters of the Local Government by the Chairman of the Rivers State Local Government Service Commission, Chief Azubuike Nmerukini.
Chief Nmerukini explained that the call became imperative in view of the avalanche of negative impressions given to the system by outsiders.
The Chairman said ‘‘if the operators come together and showcase the positive development efforts going on at the grassroots level, the wrong impression created would be reduced or eliminated.’’
The Chairman, who was represented by the Supervisory Commissioner in charge of Bonny Local Government in the Commission, Barrister Paul Awoyesuku said, they would impress on the workforce to avoid acts that would promote negative tendencies at the third tier of Government.
the Executive Chairman of Bonny Local Government, Barrister Edward Pepple assured the Commission of his full co-operation towards moving the local government system forward.
Barrister Pepple promised to partner with the Commission to promote staff welfare.
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