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Dasuki Alabi, director of the BPSR Public Service Reform Department, urged state governments to emulate the federal government's reforms aimed at repositioning public services.

Alabi gave this advice on Tuesday in Gombe, shortly after a meeting with the head of the Gombe State Department of Public Reforms.

He said that Nigeria's public services were gradually being repositioned through digital transformation as a result of the intervention of his government agencies and that such reforms needed to be replicated at the state level.

He said the visit to the federation's member states was to urge all state governments to follow President Bola Tinubu's directive to create a Civil Service Reform Authority.

He added that Tinubu has insisted on such reforms because they are key to better service delivery in governance and will help bridge the gap between what government is doing and the people. Ta.

He said government agencies are currently partnering with key stakeholders to accelerate the adoption and adoption of technology that increases accountability and transparency in public sector operations and services.

“No matter what we do at the federal level, if we can't translate it to the states, we're not going to be successful.

“According to the data, the population of all people working under the federal government is between 2.7 million and 2.9 million,” he said.

Source: dailypost.ng

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