Ahiazu DAGS charges staff to be security conscious

Staff of Ahiazu Mbaise LGA have been charged to be cleanliness and security conscious.
The LGA Director of Administration and General Services (DAGS) Bar. Emeka Oduah, gave the charge in a meeting with the staff members at the LG Headquarters, Afor Oru.
He urged them to be diligent in their duties and shun acts that could portray them in bad light.
Bar. Oduah who introduced the newly employed staff posted to the Council, urged them to be humble, discipline and dutiful.
The DAGS cautioned against  lateness to work, truancy, absenteeism, leaving office before 4 p.m. official closure time, indolence and divulging official secret.
He highlighted benefits derivable from harmonious, clean and safe working environment and called all hands to be on deck in order to guide against preventable hazards.
Speaking, the LGA Treasurer, Deacon Jude Jieme, commended the workers for discipline and decorum at the burial of a staff, Late Miss Eucharia lheanacho of Amaorji Umunama Ezinihitte LGA, underlining essence to live life worthy of emulation like the deceased.
He urged them to be prayerful, draw closer to God and put in the best in the service of God and humanity, reassuring that God never forsake his people no matter the circumstances.
Responding, the LGA Caretaker Chairman, Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Comrade Mary Ann Agu, pledged unalloyed loyalty and co-operation of staff and thanked management for being caring and responsive.
Meanwhile, the need for the living to amend their ways and be in tune with God to avoid eternal damnation has been reemphasized.
Ahiazu Mbaise LGA Treasurer, Deacon Jude Jieme, laid the emphasis during the reception of the body of a deceased staff, Miss Eucharia Ulumma Iheanaoho, aged 41years of Umuome, Amaorji Umunama Ezinihitte LGA.
He said it is painful to lose loved ones but reminded all that death is inevitable and has no age bracket.
Deacon Jieme stated that what matters is the life one lives and the relationship with God, outlining that everybody must give account of his/her stewardship before the creator.
The treasurer whom the deceased work directly under before her demise, remarked that good things never last but called on the staff, family and relatives to have solace in the fact that she lived a worthy life.
Speaking, the Head of Department (HOD) Works, Engr. Godstime Okoma who stood in for the LGA Director of Administration and General Services (DAGS) Bar. Emeka Oduah said the decease was discipline, hand working, diligent and liberal and prayed God to receive her soul in his bosom.
On her part, the LGA Chairman Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees  (NULGE) Comrade (Mrs.) Mary  Ann Agu said it would be hard to fill the gap left by the deceased and prayed God to give the staff and family the fortitude to bear the irreparable colossal loss.

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