Governor T. A. Orji approves the waiver for employment and disengaged non indigenes are also free to reapply for positions.
L-R Prof. Chibuzor Ogbuagu, VC. ABSU, Chairman of the Occasion, Barr. Godson Adiele, Head of Service Abia State, Gov. Theodore Orji of Abia State and his wife Mercy Odochi Orji, Lady Nene Ananaba, wife of Abia state Deputy Governor and Chief Emeka Wogu, Minister for Labour and Productivity at the grand civic reception in honour of Gov. T.A. Orji by the Abia state work force in Umuahia.
L-R Prof. Chibuzor Ogbuagu, VC. ABSU, Chairman of the
Occasion, Barr. Godson Adiele, Head of Service Abia State, Gov.
Theodore Orji of Abia State and his wife Mercy Odochi Orji, Lady Nene
Ananaba, wife of Abia state Deputy Governor and Chief Emeka Wogu,
Minister for Labour and Productivity at the grand civic reception in
honour of Gov. T.A. Orji by the Abia state work force in Umuahia.

The decision to grant the disengaged workers the opportunity to reapply for positions was taken during yesterday’s state executive council meeting presided over by Governor Theodore Orji.

Also in attendance were the state deputy governor, Sir Emeka Ananaba, commissioners and other senior government officials.
Addressing journalists after the closed door state executive council meeting, Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Dr. Eze Chikamnayo, said those sacked who are willing to return would be reabsorbed into the state civil service without losing their former positions.
The commissioner who disclosed that the Head of Service and Commissioner for Education have been directed to come up with modalities for the new employment, said the youths and Abians who left the northern part of the country because of security reasons are qualified to apply for jobs.
Business24

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