The Niger state Governor, Abubakar Sani-Bello has inaugurated a fifteen (15) man committee for rationalization of Niger State Civil Service Commission to reform and restructure the Civil Service Commission for effective service delivery.
Governor Sani Bello who inaugurated the committee reiterated that his administration has decided to reposition the State Civil Service to enable it play it critical roles of implementing government policies and programmes.
The term of reference for the committee were to review current structure of Civil Service with the view to enhancing institutional synergy and productivity, to highlight challenges confronting the Civil Service especially the effective deployment of Human Resources for effective service delivery.
Also, to make viable recommendations for the repositioning of the Civil Service and to highlight areas that needs government’s attention for the betterment and effective service delivery.
The Governor who noted with dismay that there was no proper succession plan in the Civil Service, said it is ridiculous and should not be.
He said the committee members were carefully selected to transform the Civil Service into a proactive and result oriented one,charged them to work diligently.
The committee is chaired by Engineer Abdulkadir Mohammed Ndastu and Dr Yakubu Bello Permanent Secretary, establishment, office of the Head of Service as the Secretary of the committee.
The committee is expected to submit its report in three (3) months.
Responding on behalf of the committee members, Chairman of the committee, Engineer Abdulkadir Mohammed Ndastu assured the Governor that the committee will do its utmost best to ensure that the confidence on them will not be misplaced and called for the support and cooperation of all MDA’s and Labour Union.