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Staff training, welfare my priority, says Ekiti Assembly Commission chairman

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The Chairman of Ekiti Assembly Service Commission, Chief Taiwo Olatunbosun, has promised to prioritise the training and welfare of members of staff to ensure optimal productivity.

The chairman made the pledge in an interactive session with the newsmen on Tuesday in Ado-Ekiti.

He said: “It is our vision to make Ekiti, in partnership with Gov. Kayode Fayemi, a better place and I want to assure Ekiti Assembly and the commission members of staff that training and retraining will be prioritised.

“We will improve on their welfare in order to encourage them for optimal production, but let me warn you to shun partisan politics as such will not be tolerated.

“Discipline within the system will be our watch-word, we will not tolerate partisan politicking. I have absolute confidence and trust in you to do well.”

Earlier, the Chairman of the commission’s Committee on Media and Publicity, Mr Olusegun Erinle, had called for concerted efforts to ensure development.

“We must all contribute our quota to move Ekiti forward. We call on members of staff for suggestions on how to make the state compete favourably among the comity of states.

“We will ensure discipline and prompt promotion of deserving members of staff,” Erinle said.

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