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Friday 28 July 2017

Drama as SUBEB Chairman Locks Out Directors, Others for Lateness to Work in Cross River (Photos)

The Executive Chairman Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board, on Friday 28th July 2017, locked out staff of the SUBEB board for coming late to work. Some staff of the Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) who came late to work today, Friday 28th July 2017, were locked out by the Executive Chairman of the board, Dr Stephen Odey.
It was gathered that, upon the SUBEB Chairman’s arrival only 2 out of 20 staff in directorate cadre and 26 staff out of 75 on salary grade level 7 to 13 had reported for duty, while 10 out of 15 junior staff were present.
Speaking while expressing his disappointment, Odey said he was displeased with the attitude of staff towards work and that the action was to instil discipline among staff and ensure quick service delivery to all stakeholders.
He said; “I was not impressed when I got here by 8 o’clock and most offices were locked, nobody should force us to do our work. People are looking for this job, you have it and you are taking it for granted.” 
He advised staff to be punctual and remain committed, while warning that those who go against the rules will face disciplinary action.

“I will pardon you today without query because this is the first time, next time would not be the same, we should all try to support government efforts by showing commitment to work and being at our duty post at all times,” he warned. 
While stressing the need to enthrone commitment and efficiency, he said all civil servants are to be at their duty post from 8am to 4pm daily. 

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