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Local Government Service Commission To Commence Promotion Exercise

The Rivers State Local Government Service Commission would commence Promotion Exercise for Senior Staff of the 23 Local Governments in the State on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 with Abua /Odual Local Government.
This was disclosed in Port Harcourt today by a Commissioner in the commission, Barrister Paul Awoyesuku, while briefing the press shortly after the regular meeting of the Commission.
Barrister Awoyesuku said that staffers of Ahoada East and West Local Governments would be interviewed on Wednesday and Thursday, November 2 and 3 respectively, while staff of Akuku-Toru and Andoni Local Governments would have their turn on Friday and Monday, November 4 and 7 and that Tuesday November 8 the staff of Asari-Toru would be interviewed.
He said staff of Bonny, Degema and Eleme Local Governments would be facing the commission for their turn on Wednesday, Friday and Monday, November 9, 11 and 14, while on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, November 15, 16 and 17, Emohua, Etche and Gokana Local Governments’ Staff would be interviewed, adding that their counterparts from Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni and Ogu/Bolo would take their turn on November 23 and 24, Wednesday and Thursday respectively.
The Commissioner stated that the commission has set aside Friday, Monday, and Tuesday, November 25, 28 and 29 for Staff of Okrika, Omuma, and Opobo/Nkoro Local Governments while November 30 Wednesday is for staff of Oyigbo Local Government.
Barrister Awoyesuku said that the interview would be conducted for staff of Port Harcourt and Tai Local Governments on Thursday and Friday, December 1 and 2, and added that spill over cases, and staff for conversion and upgrading would be handled between Monday and Friday, December 5 to 9, 2011.
He revealed that a total of 8,700 staff have been invited for the 2011 promotion exercise and explained that out of the number 8, 370 are for Promotion while 234 and 46 are for conversion and up-grading.
The Commissioner said that the exercise would be a combination of written and oral interview and the exercise would take place at the Port Harcourt City Council Hall between 8 O’clock in the morning and 4 O’clock in the evening each day.
He advised all staff coming for the interview to come along with originals and photocopies of their credentials which should include letters of first appointment and confirmation of appointment, evidence of success at compulsory examination or professional Certificates or Licenses and all promotion letters to determine career Progression.
Barrister Awoyesuku, further advised staff to report for the interview with their academic qualifications including First School Leaving Certificate, Birth Certificate or Age Declaration, letters of Approval of Study programmes and conversion and writing materials including Eraser, Sharpener and HB Pencils. ###
Jeff Oguike

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