Bayelsa State governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson has been reported to have sacked his Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Francis Egele and six other commissioners.
Nawa for Nigerian jobs ooo, this firing of a thing is getting too much. Is there an employment tribunal at all? Where do sacked Govt officials go for complaints (eventho they are not any better). Job security is one of my greatest fears in Nigeria. You can get fired by your employer and that it it? I hope all is for the betterment of the concerned states, not politically centred… 🙂
Below is a full text of the statement;
GOV DICKSON EFFECTS CABINET SHAKE UP; ATTORNEY-GENERAL, 6 OTHERS DROPPED
Following, ongoing re-organisation of Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) for a more optimal implementation of the Restoration agenda, the following Commissioners have been relieved of their appointments with immediate effect:
1. Francis Egele, Esq. – Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice
2. Hon. Ayakeme Massa – Trade, Investment and Industry
3. Dr. Anapurere Michael Awoli – Health
4. Hon. Nelson Belief – Tourism Development5. Hon. Gesiye Isowo – Special Duties (Federal Projects)6. Hon. Parkinson Macmanuel – Science, Technology and Manpower Development
7. Dr. Sylvanus Abila – EnvironmentThe affected former Commissioners are by this announcement, requested to hand over
to the Permanent Secretaries in their various ministries.
His Excellency, Hon.
Seriake Dickson, Governor of Bayelsa State, personally expressed his gratitude to them for their commitment to service, diligence, hard work and invaluable contributions to the successes attained by the administration in the last two years.
A Government House statement says, the Governor wished them well in all their future
endeavours, noting that, they could be called upon to serve the State in other capacities in future.
The statement further explains that, the reorganization of the machinery of Government for improved service delivery in the execution of Government
programmes and policies as well as the re deployment of relevant officers will be a continuous exercise.
Daniel Iworiso Markson
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor