Kano State’s government has authorised the promotion of 117 senior officers across the state’s various grade levels and cadres.
This information was released to the media on Wednesday by Musa Garba, Director of Public Enlightenment for the Kano State Civil Service Commission.
Garba claims that the revelation was made by Uba Karaye, chairman of the state Civil Service Commission, on Wednesday, during the commission’s first meeting of the year. The meeting took place in the commission’s conference room.
In his defence, Karaye claimed that the state administration had also approved the proposal to transfer the services of 22 officers inside the system.
The panel’s chairman addressed the disciplinary cases, stating that the commission upheld and accepted two officers’ expulsion from service for severe and serious misbehaviour.
And according to the commission’s head, all the work done to introduce and implement specific strategic changes in the service may translate and ensure speedy system transformation in the state.
Karaye emphasised the importance of the commission’s employees working closely with other state agencies, and he urged them always to follow the norms and regulations that regulate the public sector.
The governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, was thanked on behalf of the state for his administration’s unwavering commitment to the commission.