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Sen. Anyanwu Reacts To Uzodinma’s Provision Of Vehicles To Civil Servants

by OtownGist

Senator Samuel Anyanwu (Sam Daddy), has commended Governor Hope Uzodinma for providing vehicles to civil servants in the State to boost their work efficiency.

In a statement by his Media Adviser, Ikenna Onuoha, the senator who represented Imo East senatorial zone in the senate from 2015- 2019, described the Governor’s gesture as one of the achievements of a listening government.

Senator Anyanwu expressed joy that Civil Servants in the state would be rated above their counterparts in neighbouring states, owing to the fact that Governor Uzodinma was willing to improve their well-being.

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He suggested that aside the provision of vehicles, government should ensure prompt payment of their salaries and pensions to encourage them to put in their best to avoid indulging themselves in corruption.

Senator Anyanwu urged the APC led administration to adopt the idea of providing low cost housing for civil servants, pointing out that at the end of every month, a certain percentage of amount would be deducted from their salaries without affecting their financial status.

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According to him, the idea will not only boost their moral and improve work efficiency, but would make them proud owners of buildings at the end of their service year.

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He said that in as much as he does not belong to the same political party with Governor Uzodinma, he would not hesitate to advise the government and commend it when necessary since the major aim of every leader is to build the state, while calling on those criticizing government in a destructive way to shelve their swords.

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