Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari lamented his government’s commitment to better the state civil service saying that “no civilian government can compete with the current administration in the area of repositioning the state own civil service for effective service delivery”.
Katsina Media and Publicity correspondent reported that Masari disclosed this while witnessing the oath taking by the new head of civil service of the state Alh Idris Usman Tune at the Muhammad Buhari house, the seat of Katsina State Government.
@Katgovmedia report that Masari also said that the thought of some people when they came into power about civil servants saying that some people thought we came to sack the appointees of the immediate past administration… “we treat people based on the information available to us. Ours is service to the people of Katsina irrespective of political party as we shall all account before Allah (S. W. T.) on all our deeds”.
“We have done so much with all sense of humility more than any civilian government since the creation of Katsina in training and retraining the state civil servants having known their value and significant to state development” Masari stressed.
“we give opportunities to those coming behind, so as to have a sustainably developed katsina state. we traine and retraine so as to have a repositioned and more result oriented public service”.
Katsina media and publicity gathered that since creation of katsina state there has never been any civilian government that accorded required concern as backlogs of promotion to civil servants across the state were settled, recruitments and prompt payments of salaries.