Everything we do in OGHA is guided by Laws, Constitutions - Abiodun's Aide - THE BUSINESS PACKAGE


Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Everything we do in OGHA is guided by Laws, Constitutions - Abiodun's Aide

The Chairman, Ogun State House of Assembly Service Commission, Hon. Waliu Taiwo has disclosed that every operations at the Commission is being guided by laws, constitutions, legislative practices, procedures and civil service rules.

Hon. Taiwo made this known at a two day induction and training program held in Abeokuta for the staffers of the commission saying the training was important to enable the newly employed  and absorbed officers become acquitted with the legislative procedures to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of members of staff.

Speaking on the theme, "Understanding the Professional Ethics and Skills for Efficient Service Delivery", the Chairman encouraged the officers to develop a positive attitude to work in order to achieve high level productivity.

On his part, the Clerk, Ogun State House of Assembly, Mr. Deji Adeyemo enjoined the officers to contribute their quota to the progress and development of the Commission through effective and qualitative service delivery charging them to give priority to human capacity development and efficient service delivery at work.

One of the resource persons and the Director, Committee, Mr. Temitope Okon in his presentation titled, "Overview of the Civil Service with Emphasis on the Ogun State House of Assembly", said everything in House of Assembly is guided by constitutions and laws, admonishing officers to always follow the rules and regulations of the Commission to guide them on service delivery.

Earlier in his welcome address, the Director, Administration and Supplies , Ogun State House of Assembly Service Commission, Mr. Taiwo Opaleye, noted that officers should always respect the laws.

In their separate reactions, Mr. Ayotunde Ojediran, an Administrative officer and Miss. Oluwafunmilayo Taiwo, a higher executive officer commended the leadership of the Commission for the Induction and Training program, saying they have gained a lot, while promising their readiness to deliver.

Busayo Malaolu,
Information Officer,

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