Ogun Evaluates 2021 Confirmation, Promotion Tests, Others - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, March 24, 2022

Ogun Evaluates 2021 Confirmation, Promotion Tests, Others

•••Urges Workers Not To Treat Compulsory Exams With Levity

The Daily Crucible | Friday, March 25, 2022

The Head of Service (HoS), Dr. Nafiu Aigoro has advised Civil and Public Servants in Ogun State to embrace compulsory confirmation/promotion examinations and excel in it for upward movement in their careers.

Aigoro said the examinations must be undertaken by the newly recruited officers or existing ones who are seeking for advancement and inter cadre transfer in their professional careers.

He spoke in Abeokuta this week during an assessment of the December 2021 edition of the Combined Confirmation/Promotion Tests and Compulsory Examinations for officers in the professional, sub-professional and junior cadres in the Civil/Public Service of the State.

The Head of Service who noted that some officers were not aware that they should sit for the examinations, called on heads of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) to inform their officers on the need to write the examination, as it may negatively affect them if not done as at when scheduled.

"The examination, which is an open book is meant to expose workers to how to go about their duties, in order to enhance their performance as they optimally discharge their statutory duties to the State," Dr. Aigoro said.

Appreciating the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, for approving the conduct of the examinations, the Head of Service also acknowledged the Permanent Secretary, Bureau of Establishments and Training, Mrs. Lydia Fajounbo and her team for the good conduct, as well as the management of the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic and called on all Civil Servants to continue to be up and doing in the discharge of their duties.

In separate interviews, Ifeoluwa Adeyemo from the Ministry of Justice and Akintayo Soyooye from the Ogun State Television (OGTV) commended the State government and the organisers for the conduct of the examinations, adding that it has exposed them afresh to their schedules and has put them on their toes to achieve more.

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