The State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde has graciously approved the conversion/transfer of service for about 730 civil/ public servants in the State.
In a release signed by the State Chairman, Civil Service Commission, Alhaji Kamoru Aderibigbe, the conversion process which cuts across ninety-two cadres, is the first of its kind in the history of the Civil Service Commission of the State.
According to him, the Civil Service Commission had followed due process of conducting weeding tests, and interviews as applicable for conversion/ transfer of service into various desired cadres by eligible serving officers across all Ministries, Departments and Agencies of the State Government.
As usual, the conversion/ transfer of service is in line with the template of merit and competence introduced by the State Governor, in compliance with the regulatory parameters for such exercise.
According to the Chairman, the exercise can be likened to new recruitments that would not only enhance the status of the Officers, but also elongate the terminal levels of some of the beneficiaries beyond their present respective grade levels.
The Chairman described the conversion/transfer of service as the Governor’s third anniversary gift to all beneficiaries; admonishing them to reciprocate the kind gesture of the State Government by discharging their duties diligently.