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Assembly Service Commission Sets Up Monitoring Team

Assembly Service Commission Sets Up Monitoring Team

Enwono-Abasi Elisha

The Assembly Service Commission has inaugurated Standing Committee to monitor the activities of staff within the Legislative Arm of Government.

The Committee was inaugurated Wednesday by the Chairman, Assembly Service Commission, Bishop Andrew Uwanta.

In the Committee include: Chief Antigha Isong (Commissioner I) as Chairman; Hon. Essien Ubeng (Commissioner II), Member; Mr Ebiere Wilson (Commissioner III), Member; Obong Francis Inyang (Commissioner IV), Member; Elder Sylvanus Akpan, Member; Elder Ime Moffat, Member and Mr Etinwa Etim as Secretary of the Committee.

The Monitoring Committee is to check truancy, absenteeism, lateness to work and dress code amongst staff.

Also, the Committee is to ensure staff display their official tags during work hours and discipline any erring staff by recommending appropriate disciplinary action. Staff punctuality to work is also to be checked by the Committee.

The Assembly Service Commission charged members of the Committee to be serious with their new assignment to ensure discipline is instilled into Akwa Ibom parliamentary work force.

Responding, the Chairman of the Monitoring Committee, Chief Antigha Isong unbehalf of his team thanked the Chairman of Assembly Service Commission for deeming them fit to handle such sensitive offices.

He assured the Commission to work assiduously to ensure there is sanity amongst staff in terms of attitude and approach towards work.

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