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Aiyedatiwa recruits health workers, pays outstanding allowances | Headline News

Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa of Ondo State has announced the recruitment of health workers to fill the gap in the state's scarce resources.

Ayedatiwa said the move would further strengthen the health sector, while disclosing that the recruitment of medical workers had been approved earlier.

The governor said this at the Alagbaka Government Secretariat during the annual prayer organized by state civil servants to mark the new year of service.

Mr Ayedatiwa commended the state civil servants for their cooperation with the government, praised organized labor for supporting the government and promised to prioritize the welfare of workers in the state.

“We will regularly fill vacancies as needed and move forward with the approvals already granted for the recruitment of health workers as a means of strengthening the health sector,” he said.

The governor called on public servants to focus on their duties and avoid partisan politics as the state prepares for another gubernatorial election on November 16, 2024.

“This is an election year. I want everyone to know that national peace is non-negotiable and elections are not a do-or-die affair.”

Meanwhile, the Director of Services, Pastor Kayode Ogundele, commended the governor for his continued support in all areas related to issues affecting civil servants in the state.

Mr. Ogundele has, among other things, regular promotions with financial benefits, fair distribution of palliatives to cushion the impact of the removal of fuel subsidies, payment of 35,000 in wage incentives, and gift of SUV cars to 30 permanent members. He added that the administration is friendly to workers in areas such as: Secretary and other benefits available.

Source: guardian.ng

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