Ondo State governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu,SAN, will unveil the Public Service Reforms Initiative in December, as part of the efforts of his administration to take the public service to a more enviable height.
The Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Mr. Donald Ojogo, disclosed this on Monday after the State Executive Council meeting.
Ojogo said the council received a brief from the Head of Service, Mr. Dare Aragbaiye on the need to celebrate the Public Service week, adding that the council resolved to participate actively in the event.
According to the government spokesperson, the new reform intervention will tackle, among other ills, the general dysfunctions and nonchalance of workers bedeviling the Public Service.
He said: “Between the 9th and 11th of December, the Ondo State Public Service will be marking its week. Council resolved to actively participate in all the events lined up for the week. The council received a brief from the head of service, Mr Dare Aragbaiye on the need for the public service week. During that period, Mr. Governor is going to unveil a document on public service reform that will take the public service to a more enviable height.”
Ojogo explained that the key of the 3-day event include a service-wide interaction of the office of Head of Service with all categories of Public Servants, Public Service Lecture and the Launch of a new Public Service Reform Initiative.