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FCT Minister, Workers, Pat Each Other’s Back For 8-Year Smooth Relationship

The minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, less than two months to leave office after eight years, and workers in the Administration have commended each other for the smooth relationship with which they have operated.

While the workers, under the canopy of the Joint Unions Action Committee (JUAC), commended the minister for ensuring prompt promotions of deserving members and payment of monthly salaries I  time, the minister praised them for their loyalty and commitment to the work ethics.

The sides spoke yesterday, April 2, at the 2023 1st quarter meeting between the management of the FCTA and the JUAC.

Speaking on behalf of the workers, Chairman of JUAC, Korede Matilukuro commended the Minister for the timeliness and sincerity with which he approached and handled all issue relating to staff welfare and the unions.

Matilukuro acknowledged that the Minister did not joke with staff promotions which were implemented as and when due, prompt payment of all salaries and allowances, including arrears where applicable, consideration of Locum staff for formal recruitment provision of buses for the unions as well as he recent release of grains for junior staff.

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The union leader thanked the Minister for the allocation of a recreational and sports garden to the Union and expressed  hope that the Minister would find time after retirement from public service to visit with staff at the garden.

This was even as the Minister commended the staff for their dedication and commitment to duty which has improved service delivery in the FCT.

He said that improved staff performance was also acknowledged by SERVICOM with a letter of commendation to the Administration for excellence in service delivery.

He said that plans are on the way for the inauguration of various Boards of the FCTA over the coming week.

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