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Administration, ‘engine room’ of public service – Mefor

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RETIRED Director of Administration in Anambra State Civil Service, Elochukwu Mefor, has described administration as the `engine room’ of every public service office.

Mr. Mefor stated this while addressing administrative officers during a one-day workshop held at the Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment, Awka.

Mr. Mefor, who was one of the resource persons at the workshop, gave an overview of the Public Service Rules (PRS), ethics and code of conduct.

The former director stressed that PRS was a reference material where administrative officers make reference to in all their write ups.

He noted that PRS helps civil servants in the discharge of their duties, stressing that it was the key for effective service delivery.

“Public Service Rule is a status quo that checks laxity in the public service duties. In fact, administration deals with public management,” Mefor said.

Mefor, urged all public servants to be conscious and courteous in the discharge of their duties, stressing that without administration, nothing moves on in an organisation.

In his remarks, Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr. C. Don Adinuba, urged the admin officers to be good ambassadors of the ministry in the discharge of their duties.

Mr. Adinuba said that as workers, who serve the government, they should exhibit profound brilliance through constant learning and improving themselves for their upliftment in the service.

He called on them to maintain high level of humility to be good leaders, so as to enable the younger ones among them to learn from them, for purposes of continuous improvements in the service.

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