Thursday, April 30, 2015

President Jonathan Swears In Two Federal Commissioners

President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday swore in two federal commissioners. They are ambassador Toye Olofintuyi from Ekiti State who was sworn in as Commissioner in the Civil Service Commission (FCSC), representing Ekiti, Edo and Ondo States, while Ambassador Abudullahi Shinkafi from Zamfara State was sworn in as Commissioner, Federal Character Commission (FCC).

According to the president, the civil service commission employs and disciplines the civil servants in terms of implementation of government services and programmes.

He charged the FCC to do very well by encouraging and enhancing the unity of the nation and make all Nigerians have the belief that they belong to the country.

20 comments:

  1. Another appointment

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  2. Why all these last minute appointments? Clearing out betrayals.

    Please visit www.effiezy.com


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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    I hope there jobs will still be with them coming month bcos buhari might change things o.....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. You can't swear people in at the last minute, what about the new government coming in

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  5. Trying to create confusion.

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  6. Mr president needs to concentrate on something else

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  7. Or are there no other things that needs his attention

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  8. Who is advising you to do this Mr Jona. A good move but at the wrong time

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  9. What is the meaning of this? when he has just few weeks to go

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  10. He shouldn't just do anything just because they said he has stopped working

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  11. Enough of this late hour appointment

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  12. Waiting for GMB to reshuffle his cabinet

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