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Delta Governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori (8th left), his Deputy, Sir Monday Onyeme (7th left), the State Head of Service, Mr Reginald Bayoko (7th right), the Chairman, Forum of female Permanent Secretaries in the state Public service, and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Dr. Mrs Minie Oseji, (8th right) and other members of the group shortly after a courtesy call on the Governor on Tuesday, July 9, 2024.
Delta Governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori (8th left), his Deputy, Sir Monday Onyeme (7th left), the State Head of Service, Mr Reginald Bayoko (7th right), the Chairman, Forum of female Permanent Secretaries in the state Public service, and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Dr. Mrs Minie Oseji, (8th right) and other members of the group shortly after a courtesy call on the Governor on Tuesday, July 9, 2024.

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Governor Oborevwori Assures Civil Servants of Conducive Work Environment


Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, has assured civil servants in the state of his administration’s commitment to creating a conducive work environment for them to operate effectively.

Receiving the Forum of Female Permanent Secretaries in the state, led by Dr (Mrs) Mininie Oseji on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, Governor Oborevwori pledged to provide platforms for training and retraining to enhance maximum productivity.

He commended the Permanent Secretaries for their impressive performance and charged them to continue to support his administration’s MORE agenda.

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The Governor highlighted his administration’s efforts in achieving a balance in the appointment of Permanent Secretaries, with 23 males and 17 females currently serving.

He also assured them of his commitment to providing a comfortable life for civil servants, even after retirement.

In addition, Governor Oborevwori promised to provide mass transportation for Deltans, especially civil servants, to ease their commute to work. He noted that the ban on commercial motorcycles (Okada) in Asaba and its environs has reduced crime rates, and his administration is exploring alternative transportation solutions.

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In response to the forum’s request for trainings, Governor Oborevwori expressed his belief in the importance of training and retraining, promising to approve justified requests.

Earlier, Mrs Oseji commended Governor Oborevwori for his people-centred projects and transparent management of funds, pledging that the forum would follow his footsteps.

She also appealed for the provision of adequate accommodation for serving Permanent Secretaries, noting that the current arrangement was inadequate.


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