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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Reforming the Nigerian Civil Service


It's without gain saying that Nigerian civil service is unproductive, there's no way it can produce result because the foundation of the sector is riddled in sheer nepotism
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I once coined a quote which reads that " when favouritism is considered in lieu of meritorism, mediocritic result is inevitable"
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The jungle even legally made ineptitude constitutional in the guise of federal character, truly the civil service is structured for failure
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Securing an appointment in the civil service is strictly on whom one knows, man know man has actually bastardized the civil service
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Yes, it's saddening that those who have something to offer in Nigeria aren't employed, it's not actually funny why nepotism ought be the most important consideration to getting a job
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It's in this Nigeria that teachers would be afraid of competence test, wondered why teachers who teach our pupils should be scared of examination, it's strictly because they admit they're not competent
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Our jungle is on a wrong foundation, until radical reforms are implemented, the civil service only meant to be a drain to the economy
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Yes, despite the bogus recurrent expenditure these civil servants gulp on monthly basis, there's nothing significant that can be identified as value they add to the economy
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Some have even admitted government jobs is a way they attract their own share from the nation's resources, it's actually a situation that deserved a radical reformation
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I admit that the private sector can't provide jobs for all, I think it's high time the civil service is overhauled, in my view, many people in the civil service sector has no reason why they ought to had been employed abi initio
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Yes, the civil service is even overbloated, many people aren't actually doing anything significant yet government is wasting its supposed meagre resources on them
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Though I admit the wage paid to civil servants is meagre perhaps that's why bribery of civil servants is now an order of the day
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Yes, government is expected relieved many people in the civil service of their duties, government can actually cut down its cost through this not even when computer systems are expected to replaced human in this very important sector
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To me, if mistakenly I emerged a Nigerian President, I would rather look towards reforming the civil service, it's best credible hands are employed to replaced many unproductive workers in the Nigerian civil service
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I know many would consider this absurd and insensitive but before then, one's expected to had created many job opportunities so that these relieved workers can be redeployed because many are in the fields they've no passion about
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For instance, some professors in Nigeria ought be farmers, until professionals are allowed to teach our students, what parents would end paying for is ignorance in our schools
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Well, things has been destroyed long ago, it would take a strategic radical steps to putting things in order and if we refused to do the needful, it would continue to affect the growth of our beloved jungle
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