Edo workers now want to work 24 hours and not go home due to Governor Obaseki's massive investment in civil service infrastructure by Ik Osamede
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Edo workers now want to work 24 hours and not go home due to Governor Obaseki's massive investment in civil service infrastructure by Ik Osamede


By Ik Osamede

Due to Governor Godwin Obaseki's civil service reforms in Edo State, workers now have a reason to wake up every morning and report to their duty posts without hesitation. All thanks to the massive investment in infrastructure in their various workplaces by the Governor. For the Governor, productivity is directly proportional to the state of mind and welfare of the workers.

In each of these offices, you can find an aesthetically pleasing environment, 24 hours power, elevators, built-in canteens, CCTV controlled areas, as well as a well furnished ambience within which each of the workers in the State can contribute optimally to the development of the State through the running of the state machinery and state apparatus.

Also, in each of these workplaces you can find a central air conditioning unit, furnitures that are egonomically created as well as green environment to create refreshing and calming effects. 

This coupled with prompt and higher pay of salaries compared to other states as well as an effective health insurance plans for workers are some the reasons Edo workers contribute their best to the work of governance. Little wonder Edo State is topping most of the charts and ranking high in developmental metrics. 

Recently Edo State came tops in the Vanguard Newspaper awards as well as the World Bank awards. So we can confidently say that the Governor of Edo has repositioned Edo civil service for optimal service delivery and productivity.

This is one of the legacy of the Governor and he will be remembered positively for making Edo workers happy and pleased to go to work and even work for 24 hours if asked to. Governor Obaseki will be remembered as the most worker-friendly Governor in Edo State cum Nigeria.

Ikponmwosa Osamede (Ik Osamede) writes from Benin City.


Article: Ik Osamede
Photos: CT Naija

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