By Joshua Agili
Chairman Civil Service Commission Nasarawa State, Musa Dangana Giza has said the Commission would continue to maintain cordial working relationship with the Office of the Head of Service so as to ensure effective implementation of government policies and Programme.
Musa Dangana who stated this during a meeting with the management of Office of the Head of Service, at the Commission’s board room yesterday, to bid the Head of Service, Mr. Nicholas Abari Aboki farewell for retiring from service. He noted that, the long standing working relationship existing between the CSC and the Office of the Head of Service , has brought effective and efficient service delivery in the state civil service.
According to Chairman, though they might experienced frictions in some areas on matters of policies, however noted they all disagreed and agreed ” on issues that of best interest of the civil service in the state.
While commended the Head of Service for his successful retirement from the service, Dangana Giza affirmed that, the successor of the Head of Service would understand and appreciate the good work he has done to the services of Nasarawa State government, stressing that his policy direction in the state civil service has restructured the civil service in line with international best practices.
He said the Commission would missed his service at the time like this, considering his frankness and uprightness in discharging his responsibility, just as he wished him well in his future endeavor.
He called on the civil servants in the state to pay more attention to their duties, adding that, God would always rewards any hard working staff who dedicated himself,/herself to duty.
Members of the Commission who did not hide their feelings commended the doggedness and resilient of the Head of Service while in office. According to them, Head of Service has left indelible foot print in the state civil service, stressing that the CSC would missed his experienced that come to beard in the state civil service which they said has improved service delivery in the state civil service.
Permanent Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Bulus Musa Amoyi who also did not hide his feeling recalled with nostalgia the Head of Service journey in Nasarawa State Civil Service, saying they were colleague and freinds, when they were Directors as well as Permanent Secretaries before he (Nicholas Abari Aboki) was elevated to the Office of the Head of Service
Amoyi described the Head of Service as humble and uprightness in his decision, adding that he enjoying working with him and wish him well in his future endeavors.
Earlier, The Head of Service, Nicholas Abari Aboki exxpressed his appreciation to God for successful retirement in the state civil service, stressing that his journey in civil service was blissful. Just as he thanked the Nasarawa State Government for given him the opportunity to served in that capacity.
He recalled the working relationship that exist between his office and the Civil Service Commission, which he said has restructured the civil service in the state and sought for the same working relationship to be extended his successor in the interest civil service in the state