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Thursday, September 15, 2022

Cross River State Gov Ben Ayade Locks Out Civil Servants For Arriving Late To Work


 

38 comments:

  1. Governor be acting like a Secondary School Prefect.
    Locking people's parents outside for late coming. He didn't even give an extra 15-30 minutes grace period for unexpected exigencies that may have happened on the way to work.
    Tueeeh

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    1. Circulars were sent out several times. People's parents should behave properly if they don't want to be treated like children!

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    2. See how someone is thinking and you think the govt is the only problem we have?If you know how ‘peoples parents’ treat govt jobs,u will understand that they need to be flogged sometimes sef.Is it teachers,local govt workers,court staff,etc

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  2. As long as it doesn't affect their pay, who cares?

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    1. Really Morayo? Why then do we complain about the state of our country?!

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    2. Anon, don't get me wrong. I'm not in support of their latenesses to work. I made that statement because I've not known govt workers as people who take their work serious. So locking those ones who came late to work out, to me, is not necessary. He should have issued them query or warning instead.

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    3. Anonymous 10.59, shut the fuck up.

      This yeye behaviour is what my new Perm Sec is exhibiting but I know say him go soon tire.

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    4. 12:26,

      Your use of rude words clearly shows what type of person you are.

      Please leave this conversation for people who know how to have intelligent conversations.

      Thank you.

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    5. Ahahahhhaahaas 12:47 are you a Barrister?
      I love you intelligent learned being.
      Kisses 😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    6. Yeah 13:06, 12:47 I like your response.

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    7. Morayo , don't judge all civil servants based on the ones you know , or have seen.

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  3. One overzealous HR somewhere is taking notes and getting ready to use this one as a point of reference.

    They'll not see the good ones to copy from.

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    1. Ouch! One slipper just hit my forehead now πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Anonymous no vex now...But we must all respect time

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  4. Alot of African's don't have value for time ! This has eaten deep in our system that we even take it everywhere we go..I have seen people missed several job opportunities due to lateness,even broken relationship due to this lateness too

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    1. Thank you Paris!

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    2. Well said Paris, you wrote what I have in mind writing.

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  5. Not saying what he did is right but go to most government agencies or parastals and see civil servants walking in by 10 or 11 am. They also need to do better.

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    1. They would also be claiming rights on top there lateness.

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  6. You people want a change for the better right !!!!! But then you will criticse someone trying to make things better,it is wrong to be late for work,some people in employment will just be acting anyhow doing their jobs inadequately,we all need to work on this change together okay,arrive early to your job,I do not think that is not far fetched

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    1. E no tire you? They'll still come late and be acting like they are doing you a favor by doing the job they are being paid for.

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    2. Anon 10:33 these aren’t kids and this obtuse governor does not pay salaries on time! Was he not the one “donating” goverment money to the catholic bishop with a conscience? N25m meant for salaries (food, shelter, children’s school fees) of these same workers? How dare these people act like grown ups are their servants and insult their intelligence! I honestly don’t know how Nigerians cope with being owed even a month’s salary. Try this hereπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ and see if you don’t get a mentally disturbed shooter civil servant “triggered by inability to pay their monthly bills”. Not justifying it but working without pay can push anyone over the edge. As an employer here, I cannot imagine owing ANY staff salary. Your salary is in your account every two weeks, there is simply zero excuse. How dare you lock them out? Who gets to whip you for stealing funds meant for their families? Bunch of wicked people who act like they have two heads! One day the people will revolt against these airheads and push them out.

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  7. 8:am na waooo.. when are they suppose to resume office.. Oga Governor abeg open gate oo . Majority of them are mothers who took their kids to school before coming to work..

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    1. but if they are working in a private sector where salary is being deducted for coming late, they wont have excuse. We always take government job with levity hand and it part of what is affecting us

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    2. Chika, bankers , and other industry workers also take their kids to work. Yet we resume to serve the customers at 8am.

      We all don't have drivers!

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    3. I resume by 7am,and still get my kids to school and still resume before set time.

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    4. 11:03 My resumption time is 7:45am. I dont have a help.
      I mistake sure my kids are in school before I resume, I take them myself as I dont trust anyone to do it.
      Am I a spirit?
      Nigerians will always have excuses for their stinking ineptitude and laziness.
      You took a job, agreed on the pay.
      Why the fuck can't you come to work at the agreed time?
      What stupid excuse must you people always give?
      If you dont like the job, or you feel the pay is too small to be on time to your job, then fuck out of there and find one that you think is good enough for you.
      Someone who can't be trusted in small, can NEVER be trusted in anything big.

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    5. I am 11:03

      Correction:
      *****We also take our kids to School not work.

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  8. Keep it up but don't owe salary ☺️😁😏

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  9. Is there really duties waiting for them to attend to on their tables? Has Governor done what he was elected for before jumping on staff that may end up sleeping all day because of nothing really to work on! Nigeria civil service is a huge joke

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    1. So, it's until when there are duties waiting for them they should resume at the appropriate time, yeah? No wonder some people say we deserve our leaders. We clamour for change but the change is not even starting with us. Smh

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  10. Has he paid their salary? May be it is the means of transport they were using that caused the lateness. They might be trekking who knows.

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    1. Hahahaha trekking ke? You have killed me with laugh.

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  11. I just got back from Calabar this morning after spending few days with my family.
    Calabar is currently in a mess with hips of refuse dump on every street. Crossriverians are really sad and not happy about Ben Ayade's ruler ship. Most of them wish they could go back to Donald Duke's days. Tinapa is now a ghost centre, the cutural centre has been sold to SPA, pensioners are languishing in the mire, no jobs, and youth are leaving the once Paradise state.

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    1. This is so sad. Ben Ayade didn't try. Our leaders nor dey try at all.

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