Niger - The Niger state government has threatened to disengage the services of civil servants that come late to work, Punch reports.
This was contained in the statement by the Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Jonathan Vatsa.
Vatsa said late coming would not be tolerated by the incumbent administration.
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He urged civil servants in the state to change their attitude towards coming late to work and going home early, adding that government viewed the development as an act of sabotage against the development of the state.
He further warned those who had two jobs in the state’s ministries to desist from the act, saying those who were in the habit of staying at home when they should be in the office would be declared as ghost workers.
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