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Imo government sacks, retires 1, 215 workers

By GideonApril 13, 2018, 10:47:31 AM
Imo State government yesterday sacked and retired over 1 , 215 civil servants .
It was leant that most of the affected workers were largely from the local government service .
The state Head of Service , Mr . Calistus Ekenze, reportedly directed the Local Government Service Commission to carry out the order.
He said he acted on the approval by the state governor , Rochas Okorocha.
Ekenze told journalist that there was nothing new about the exercise .
He explained that those retired had either served up to 35 years , attained the compulsory retirement age of 60 years , or those with dented record of service requiring sack .
The head of service explained that there are various reasons for every government action , adding that those involved were either genuinely retired , or had heinous record .
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Re: Imo government sacks, retires 1, 215 workers

By GideonApril 13, 2018, 10:50:27 AM
It is always bad news whenever people are sacked. In any case,one hopes these civil servants have been paid their dues up to date,so that they plan their future without tears.


Re: Imo government sacks, retires 1, 215 workers

By Ramjoe (M)April 17, 2018, 06:37:59 AM
I think it's a two-way thing.

On one hand, the government may retrench in order to reduce expenditure on salaries and allowances; thereby cutting off some people who ought not to be sacked. On the other hand, some selfish individuals think of the civil service as a throne on which they must die. They are supposed to be retired but they manipulate their ages, years of service and the whole system at large just so they can stay employed.

On the first case I always sympathize with the victims but in the second the culprits must dance to the beats.



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