Anambra state departvernment to monitor workers over IPOB’s sit-at-home order
– Anambra state has warned that any civil servant that complies with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) sit-at-home order would be sanctioned
– The state asked permanent secretaries and heads of departments and agencies to monitor workers attendance and report compliance accordingly
The Anambra government says it will sanction staff of the civil service who fail to report to office on May 30 in compliance with the IPOB sit at home order.
The directive for workers to return to work after may 29 Democracy Day celebration was given in a circular from the office of Mr Harry Uduh, Head of Service in the state.
The government asked permanent secretaries and heads of departments and agencies to monitor the situation and report accordingly.
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According to the memo, the “Governor of Anambra has directed that work resumes on Wednesday, 30th May after the Public Holiday on 29th May.
“All Public Servants must therefore report to their duty posts on Wednesday and the rest of the week.
“Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Ministries, Department and Agencies should monitor and report compliance unfailingly. Please circulate to all your staff,” it said.
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