Gov. Mutfwang promises Plateau employees that no one will be victimized

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Following the formation of the committee to evaluate the most recent recruitment process into the state civil service, Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State gave residents of the state assurances on Friday that no one would be victimized.

According to 460play, Governor Mutfwang recently terminated all civil servants who had been working for Simon Lalong’s administration since October of last year, citing unfairness in the hiring process.

A 15-member committee was also formed by the governor to investigate the employment exercise.

As he swore in his chief of staff, deputy chief of staff, four special advisers, and members of the Plateau State House of Assembly Service Commission, Mutfwang provided the guarantee.

Let me just make a quick statement: We do not aim to witch hunt anyone who has been selected to participate on the committee reviewing the appointment issue.

In actuality, the material on which we based our action was provided by citizens, and we believed it would be irresponsible to ignore such complaints.

“We’ll keep doing everything we can to make sure the procedure runs smoothly, fairly, and justly.

He promised that “no one will be victimized” and that “we won’t treat anyone in isolation.”

He urged the populace to keep praying for the government as it implements measures that will benefit the people.

The governor urged those who had been chosen to view their appointment as a “responsibility and trust” given to them by Plateau residents.

The Special Adviser on Political Affairs, Hon. Latep Dabang, responded on behalf of the appointees and thanked the governor for making them fill their respective positions.

In order to ensure the necessary progress that the population long for, Latep promised that the appointees will contribute their wealth of experience to the administration.

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