Sokoto - The Sokoto State Government has recruited 1000 indigenes of the state into the local governments service.
This is contained in a statement signed by the Chairman, Local Government Service Commission , Bello Adamu, in Sokoto on Thursday.
According to the statement, the gesture is aimed at consolidating , strengthening and streamlining the local government’s administration in the state.
``Gov. Aliyu Wamakko of the state graciously approved the recruitment exercise with a view to further enhance service delivery at the grassroots," it added.
It stated that the newly recruited workers had since been posted to all the 23 Local Government areas.
The statement restated the commission's resolve and commitment to make the local governments more vibrant, viable, productive and effective.
``We will continue to give top priority to rigorous and sustained training and re-training within and outside Nigeria.
``The commission had sponsored various categories of workers to different institutions across the country to enhance their efficiency and diligence.’’
It said that the commission was monitoring the local governments to ensure increased honesty, transparency, dedication and commitment .
The statement also commended Wamakko for his sustained moral and financial support to ensure the success of the activities of the commission.