Gov. Muhammadu Bindow of Adamawa has commended civil servants in the state for eschewing corruption and providing exemplary leadership worthy of emulation.
The governor gave the commendation in Yola on Tuesday while declaring open one-day sensitisation workshop on work ethics for the state civil servants.
He said, ‘’Since I assumed office, there has not been a case of civil servant brought before me in connection with corruption related cases.”
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Bindow was elected the governor of the state two years ago.
“Adamawa civil servants are free of corruption, I can testify to that and in fact, they are among the best to deal with in the country in terms of transparency.’’
He said that the state government, through Paris club loan refund, had spent billions of naira on the settlement of salary and pension arrears of workers.
The governor urged the civil servants to pray for him to enable him deliver more dividend of democracy to the people.
Earlier, Dr Louis Mandama, the state Head of Civil Service said the workshop was organised to improve work ethics of the civil servants in the state.
The participants include permanent secretaries, directors and heads of departments. (The Nation)