Makinde Approves Workers’ Promotions Due Since 2017

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The Governor of Oyo State, Engr Seyi Makinde has approved the promotions of workers in the State Civil Service who are due for advancements between 2017 to 2019.

In a circular letter which was directed to the Deputy Governor and other concerned quarters, issued and personally signed permanent Secretary, Civil Service Commission, D.O. Olatunde requested the list of eligible staff in Ministries, Departments and Agencies for promotions within the years under reference with projected financial implications.

PS added that” the returns on yearly basis are expected to reach the office of the Chairman, Civil Service Commission on or before close of work on Friday, June 5th, using the attached format in soft and hard copies in Microsoft Excel Package”.

The concerned workers lavished encomiums on the Governor for considering it noteworthy to approve the promotions that were tactically delayed by last administration.

6 thoughts on “Makinde Approves Workers’ Promotions Due Since 2017

  1. Honestly,I ave never seen this kind of LARGESSE Since I have BN in d service.This our OGA IS nothing but WONDERFULL,shows his large heart,& somebody feeling d pulse of human beings.Thanks soomuch cos ism shirt of Words.

  2. Well-done our able dinamic and workers friendly governor God will strengthen and preserve you.You will never lack good things in your life

  3. You are well done sir, our able and unique governor.more grace of God in your life to do more good works and achievements in Jesus name. amen.

  4. Great leader! I celebrate you sir.With God by your side,keep moving.we are solidly in support of your administration.
    God bless Oyo State,God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
    Proud of your achievements.
    Proud to be associated with you sir.

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