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Senior Civil Servants Carry Out Sanitation Exercise In Kano

Report from Kano State, North West Nigeria says, Senior Civil Servants have demonstrated personal engagement in sanitation exercise.

Director, Public Enlightenment, in the State Ministry of Environment, Ismail Garba Gwammaja, in statement obtained by Nigerian Kicker said, the State Acting Secretary to the State Government, Alh. Abdullahi Musa, who is also the State Head of Civil Service, led Permanent Secretaries, Directors and other Senior and Junior Staff for the exercise.

The sanitation exercise which took place at the Audu Bako Secretariat in the metropolis was aimed at having a conducive working environment.

The Head of Service expressed dismay on the sorry state of the Secretariat, saying that when he assumed duty as the head of service, after going round some of the premises of the Secretariat he invited all the permanent Secretaries and head of agencies within the Secretariat and discussed on how best to make the environment clean and habitable.

Sanitation in progress. 

He therefore, Charged all Permanent Secretaries and other head of agencies within the Secretariat to ensure compliance at their respective MDAs, in consideration of the facts that Audu Bako Secretariat is an epicentre for all workers and visitors that may come to the State as well as accommodating large number of the civil servants in the state.

Earlier, the Permanent Secretary of the State Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Alh. Yakubu Aliyu Garo, commended the head of service for taking the bull by the horns in supporting the ministry’s mandate to ensure a smooth and safe environment devoid of waste.

Garo, on behalf of the entire civil servants, pledged to ensure compliance of the directives for accelerated development.

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