The Minister for the Interior, Mr Ambrose Dery, has lauded the Ghana Civil Service for its professionalism and unwavering commitment to national development, hailing it as one of the best public institutions in the country.
The Minister, who said this when the Head of the Civil Service, Dr Evans Aggrey-Darkoh paid him a courtesy call on him, urged Head of the Civil Service to continue providing the necessary training to its employees to enable them to meet current demands.
“I also encourage you to take the welfare of the staff seriously to achieve the set results that you envisioned,” he added.
He assured Dr Evans Aggrey-Darkoh of his support for the Civil Service.
On his part, Dr Evans Aggrey-Darkoh highlighted the critical role of a strong public bureaucracy in national development.
He briefed the Minister on the Civil Service’s vision, which include “capacity building of officers to enhance productivity and service delivery and institutional collaboration, particularly in the areas of research and educational support, attitudinal change, pursuing all reforms initiated by my predecessor aimed at improving administrative processes and procedures, shepherding the passage of the revised 31-year-old Civil Service Act as well as motivation and improvement in the working environment.”
Patience Anaadem, ISD