Blank NEWS Online (NIGERIA) –From Michael J. EKOKORUWE:

THE Executive Chairman, Isoko North Local Government Council, Hon. Christian Othuke Iteire on Tuesday, embarked on an unscheduled inspection of directorate offices in the Council secretariat Ozoro, and provided furniture to the staffs of the council.

Hon. Iteire stated that the inspection is to encourage staff of the various offices, agencies and units, and to see things for himself, interact with the staff present, and proffer solutions.

In some of the offices inspected, the staffs made passionate appeal to the Council Chairman to address the issue of insufficient office spaces to curb over crowding and provide furniture.

The Council boss had already made provision for the distribution of office tables for workers, just as he promised to do more to ensure a conducive working environment for overall effectiveness and productivity.

Offices inspected by the Chairman include Cold Store, Primary Health Care Authority, Open Registry, Confidential Registry, National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) Office, Payment Voucher (PVC) Unit, Establishment Unit, and Identification Office.

He also inspected the council staff canteen that is uncompleted and promised to complete the canteen before the end of his tenure as chairman of the council.

The staffs commended the Council Chairman for the visit and provision of tables just as they assured him of cooperation in his administration.

Accompanied during the visit was the secretary to the Local Government Council, Hon David Ejoor Igbuduma, the Head of Personnel Management, Barrister Henry Obukeowho, the Supervisor for Environment, Hon. Alebe Joshua Onos, the Special Adviser to the Chairman, Hon. Imogu Joseph, and top management staff of Isoko-North Council area.

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