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Monday, December 14, 2020

Council Poll: OGSIEC Charges Staff To Comply With Covid-19 Prevention Guidelines

 

The Permanent Secretary, OGSIEC, Mrs. Mojisola Dosunmu presenting certificate of participation to one of the participants while Directors in the Commission look on

Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji 

ABEOKUTA - As part of plans to prepare ahead for the local government elections, Ogun state government has charged the staffers of the Ogun State Independent Electoral Commission (OGSIEC) to develop a high attitude to work and be compliant with covid-19 prevention guidelines.


The Permanent Secretary, OGSIEC, Mrs. Mojisola Dosunmu stated this today in her address during a one-day training programme for members of staff of the commission held in Abeokuta.


Mrs. Dosunmu, said the seminar was organized in order to further encourage the staffers to gear-up in their attitude to work,vas well as adhering strictly to preventive measures of covid-19 especially in their offices as the virus is still very much around.


One of the resource persons, Mrs. Idowu Kehinde, Director, Management Services and Zonal Administration, implored the staffers to cultivate the right attitude to work, while upholding the principles and ethics of the civil service, as this would foster achievement of organizational goals set by the government.


Mrs. Idowu added that officers should be willing and ready to learn as well as be a team player, saying this will enhance their productivity at the work place.


Also, Dr. Olalekan Sodeinde from the Ogun state Ministry of health, In his lecture said " covid-19 is very much around and we should concern ourselves on how to avoid the spread of the deadly virus by taking personal preventive measures seriously".


Dr. Sodeinde stated that in as much as there are no vaccines for the virus yet, the Ogun state government is taking laudable steps to stem the communal spread of the virus, by creating centers across the 20 local government areas of the state for free covid-19 testing and home treatment packages for people with mild symptoms.

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