Abuja - Federal civil servants have been
urged to complement government’s efforts towards the attainment of the change
agenda of the present administration.
The Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Winifred
Oyo-Ita, made the call in Abuja while declaring open the second Batch
Structured Mandatory Assessment –Based Training Programme (SMAT-P).
“Every Federal Public Servant is required to be diligent,
dedicated and committed to their duties and responsibilities to ensure
effective and efficient service delivery to the citizens of Nigeria,” she said.
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“As the country passes a phase of economic difficulties
occasioned by the global recession, the Head of Service said further that, all
hands must be on deck to achieve the goals and aspirations of our people as
articulated in the Government’s policies and programmes.”
Oyo-Ita said that through SMAT-P, Federal public servants
on Salary Grade Levels 08-16 would be offered opportunities in batches, to
enhance their potentials, capacities and capabilities, which are expected to
impact positively on their jobs and thus improve wealth creation in the
She said the pilot scheme of SMAT-P was
successfully rolled out after the launch of the programme by President Muhammadu
Buhari in September last year.
- CAJ News