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Why Imo civil service is being reform—Ihedioha

Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha says the reform of the civil service had turn out to be crucial for the success of his administration’s plans to rework the economic system of the state.

The Governor gave the reason whereas talking at a Public Service Stakeholders’ Summit organized by the state authorities at Concord Hotel, Owerri.

Ihedioha, who was represented by the deputy governor, Gerald Irona, described the civil service because the engine room of the general public sector, including {that a} vibrant and motivated civil service is critical for the success of governments.

“This Summit has been convened with a view to reviving and reinventing the Imo public service and aligning it with our vision to rebuild, reposition and transform the state to become one of the three most developed economies in Nigeria by 2025.” “We are dedicated to re-engineering Imo public service with a view to bringing it to line with international greatest requirements. We are proud that Imo is a number one state in terms of human sources. However, the productiveness degree of the general public service has left a lot to be desired.

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