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ANAMBRA State Local Government Service Commission has mapped out strategies to ensure effective productivity in the commission.

The Chairman of the commission, Sir Peter Egenti, made this known when three local government areas in the state; Ogbaru, Anambra West, and Onitsha North presented their agricultural produce and products at the commission’s headquarters in Awka.

Egenti said the commission observed absenteeism, ghosting, truancy, lateness, and decided to embark on the productivity campaign, noting that if they did not come to work, they will not be productive, but now they have started coming to work, they are productive. He advised the monitoring committees in the local governments to be serious in producing reports on workers attendance.

While commending them on their efforts to boost agriculture in their local governments, he enjoined them to boost their individual productivity, which in turn impacts positively on the local government.

According to him, entrepreneurship helps the economic growth of any nation. He advised them to start on a small scale, urging them to partner capable bodies that will help them on what they are doing.

Head of Local Government Administration, Anambra West, Jeff Moudeme, said thay it had made workers of their council to be productive and relevant, noting that they train their workers every quarter of the year.

Muodeme said the local government had land ventures where they produced fish, yam, rice, snails and ten hectres of land where they cultivate stone free rice which is different from those at the market, whiche has been a source of revenue to the local government,while workers attendance has increased as they are committed to work.

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