Minister Warns Lazy Civil Servants
The deputy minister for Local Government and Rural Development, Collins Ntim, has sternly cautioned civil servants, working in the various district assemblies, to shun absenteeism and lateness or face the rigours of the law.
He admonished civil servants to always be punctual at work in order to help accelerate the developmental agenda of the various assemblies.
“Stay in your office at all times and also don’t skip work because mother Ghana is expecting more from you to help boost national growth”.
Hon. Ntim gave the admonition when he toured the Ashanti region to appraise himself with the problems and challenges in the districts.
His visit took him to areas such as Obuasi Municipal, Amansie Central and Adanse South and North Districts, among others.
The various assemblies appealed to government to fix their damaged roads to help ease the movements of goods and persons.
According to them, the poor road network was preventing farmers from transporting their farm produce to the cities on time to sell.
On their part, the Amansie Central District officials urged government to split the district into two so that the people could benefit more from the national cake.