The Chairman, Osun State Civil Service Commission, Mr. Femi Osunro has charged the newly converted Administrative Officers in the State Civil Service to make due diligence, dedication and commitment their watchwords in the performance of their day to day official duties.
The Chairman who gave the charge during a meeting held with the first set of the newly converted Administrative Officers in the State Government Secretariat, Osogbo charged them to endeavor to lead others with their conduct in order to be part of the team to restore the lost glory of the Civil Service.
He admonished them to be loyal to the Government in power and to the ideals of the State stressing that they are now part and parcel of the management team of the Civil Service.
While congratulating them on their new elevation to the Officers’ grade in the Service of the State, he stated that the Commission is hoping that appropriate orientation and induction programmes would be organized for them in due course.
The Chairman appreciated the State Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola for his commitment to the promotion of the welfare of public servants generally. He said the Governor has been so magnanimous by giving approval to promotion, preferment and conversion of Public Servants to appropriate higher grades, dating back to 2019 , a development which he noted brought joy to thousands of Civil Servants in Osun State.
While speaking, the duo of the Commissioner 1, Mr Bello Dejo and the Commissioner 2, Mr Ayantoye of the Civil Service Commission urged the newly converted Administrative Officers to be more confident, disciplined in whatever they do, quoting that ” discipline is an application of authority to secure good conduct”.
Also speaking, the Permanent Secretary, Human Resources and Capacity Building, Mr. Ayanleye Aina enjoined the New Administrative Officers to see themselves as all rounders. He further admonished them on the need to always be punctual and dutiful.
Earlier, in his address of welcome, the Coordinating Director in the Commission, Mr. Moroof Olawale urged them to count themselves lucky, explaining that about 75 people applied for conversion, only for 35 of them to be first considered thereby making the first list.