Fear Grips Civil Servants as Abia Government Moves 7,582 Certificates for Verification | #NwokeukwuMascot


Fear Grips Civil Servants as Abia Government Initiates Certificate Verification Process | #NwokeukwuMascot

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Umuahia, Abia State - Anxiety has spread among civil servants in Abia State as the government moves forward with a comprehensive verification of 7,582 academic certificates. The state government has called on civil and public servants who have not yet uploaded their credentials online to do so promptly.

The announcement was made by the Commissioner for Information and Culture, Okey Kanu, during a press briefing in Umuahia. The briefing followed this week’s state executive council meeting, presided over by Governor Alex Otti.

Reports indicate that some civil servants have been uneasy since the verification process began. Commissioner Kanu revealed that a total of 36,875 academic certificates have been uploaded as part of the ongoing exercise. In addition, 25,458 career documents have also been submitted online for verification.

Kanu emphasized that 7,582 certificates have been sent to various institutions for authentication. He reassured that a significant number of employees have already complied with the directive to upload their credentials.

This initiative comes after the state government’s recent statement clarifying that the directive is not intended to penalize civil servants, contrary to claims by the Abia State chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC). The government maintains that the verification exercise aims to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the civil service workforce’s qualifications.

Civil servants are urged to cooperate fully with the process to avoid any potential administrative issues. The state government’s move underscores its commitment to enhancing transparency and accountability within the public service sector.


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