Hope Not In Sight Yet For Suspended Delta Civil Servants

By Kenneth Orusi, The Nigerian Voice, Asaba

There appears to be greater than the eyes can see concerning the ultimate screening and verification workout routines for the suspended civil servants whose employments have been terminated by the incumbent in 2015.

5 years counting with bogus guarantees that their matter could be revisited and Deltan amongst them who certified could be absolutely engaged, appeared to be a political assertion.

Involved Deltans have condemned in its entirety the pointless delay of resumption of the suspended civil servants who’ve suffered dejection and humiliation on account of unsubstantiated “irregularities in process” that employed them.

It will be recalled that on assumption of workplace by Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, he suspended the civil servants on 1st June, 2015 who have been employed on the twilight of the Dr Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan’s administration.

The affected staff acquired no concrete rationalization from the state authorities for the suspension of their employment till 23rd February, 2019 when a committee was set as much as look into the recruitment technique of the suspended civil servants, a committee headed by Dr Eddy Ugboma.

On March sixth 2019, the 9 man committee submitted a report back to the Head of Service Mr Reginald Bayoko on their findings, which resulted within the suspension of civil servants being requested to come back for verification with their Academic paperwork and letter of appointments into the service fee.

It was anticipated that after the screening and verification workout routines those that met the factors could be requested to renew responsibility, however that was not the case.

It took a number of protests and newspaper publications by the affected civil servants earlier than Okowa might look into their calls for.

There was speculations that on 10th September 2019, the state governor categorically stated that each one bonafide Deltans who met the factors for screening could be requested to renew work inside one month.

Over a month now but the sacked civil servants haven’t been requested to renew responsibility.

It will be recalled that the state Head of Service (HoS), Mr. Reginald Bayoku, submitted the screening report back to the state governor.

A number of calls put throughout to the cellular phone of the state Commissoner for Data, Mr. Charles Ehiedu Aniagwu and the Chief Press Secretary (CPS), to the govermor, Mr. Olisa Ifeajika, on Friday and Saturday for clarification weren’t returned at press time.

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