Nov 5, 2009, 2:29 PM
least 25 new entrants of information and cadet administrative officers” into
civil service on Friday completed two weeks intensive induction training course
on the Roles and Functions of Government Machineries.
The training which ran from January 27 February to 7, 2020, brought together inductees from the various ministries and the Personnel Management Office (PMO).
permanent secretary of the PMO, Lamin F. Jawara explained to the inductees that working under government is a noble job.
“We hope that by injecting you people into the Civil Service as new entrants will add more value to the system. You came at a time when the Civil Service is going through serious modernisation,” he said.
Advising the inductees, director general of Management Development Institute (MDI), Alieu K. Jarjue urged them to be sincere and honest to the country, adding that loyalty in their work as Civil Servant is paramount.
Mr. Jarjue appealed to the inductees to be loyal to the government the way they are loyal to their wives and husbands, saying that as human beings, nobody would take from them what they own.
“Government is your employer and it was the same government that trained you to familiarise yourselves with the roles and functions of its machineries so that you can do justice to your work,” MDI boss informed inductees.
Mr. Jarjue advised the new inductees not to compare their success to any person but to remain what and who they are. He reminded them to be content with what they have in their life.
According to the MDI boss, to be part of the Civil Service is an opportunity for them as they were the luckiest to be appointed by PMO from lot of Gambians.