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S/African Amb. Moorly calls for better incentives, training

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South African Ambassador to Liberia,  Vanapalan Panjanathan Moorly
South African Ambassador to Liberia, Vanapalan Panjanathan Moorly

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-South African Ambassador to Liberia, Vanapalan Panjanathan Moorly, is urging government to provide civil servants better incentives and requisite training for efficiency and productivity.

Ambassador Moorly said:” Such move by government would serve as motivation for civil servants to enhance good performance at any workplace.”

He lauded Liberia for implementing its public service concept, consistent with the African Union’s vision for public service standards for member countries of the Union.

The South African Diplomat said: “Government must put the welfare of public servants first and that resources raised through taxes, grants and loans be properly managed to benefit the nation and its people.”

Ambassador Moorly made the statement Thursday, June 23, 2016 when he addressed hundreds of Liberian public servants at the Paynesville City Hall in observance of African Public Service Day.

Meanwhile, the Human Resource Director of the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications, Sandra Madia Roberts was adjudged as the best Public servant of the year to be awarded US$1000.

Madam Roberts, who has 17-year of working experience in public service, acknowledged that her success is based on diligence and service beyond the call of duty.

She said: “I will use the award as my strength to continue doing my best in challenging situation in the practice of my career”.

Madam Roberts advised her fellow workers to remain vigilant in performing better and do away with unprofessional acts in spite of challenges they may face

At the same time , the Civil Servant Agency has formulated a  standard policy  as a perquisite for nomination of candidates by ministries and agencies of Government to benefit from the award scheme of the agency.


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