Why We Introduced Clock-In, Clock-Out Device In Phases – Delta HOS

Why We Introduced Clock-In, Clock-Out Device In Phases – Delta HOS

Nosa Eresoyen, Asaba

Delta State Head of Service, Mr. Reginald Bayoko has solicited the
collaboration of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Delta State
Council in propagating the benefits of the use of clock-in clock-out device
recently introduced in pilot phase in some Ministries, Departments and
Agencies (MDAs) by the state government.

Mr. Bayoko stated this in Asaba when the executive of the Delta State
Council of the NUJ paid him an advocacy visit. “For the clock-in clock-out
device, we have tried as much as possible to let public servants understand
the reason at the beginning of the whole programme.

It has commenced, although it is in pilot phase. We want to take the
experience we learnt from the pilot phase to correct any shortcomings…
before we roll it out fully”, he said.

Mr. Bayoko stated, “those areas of concern should be brought to our
attention but the most critical aspect is that in my human endeavor, if you
are not used to something, it takes a while to get used to that thing. That
is what is happening in terms of…permit me to use the language the pocket
of unacceptability by some segments of the workforce.

We are saying that they should get used to it and at the end of the day, I
am sure that it will be telling us to sustain the use of the clock-in
clock-out device because they will realize the need for it “Mr. Bayoko used
the forum to assure workers that the challenges facing the state civil
service were being addressed to make it perform better.

“We have really set out to let civil servants have a mind change from the
ways they have been doing things; that they can do things better.

They should be able to speak up no matter the level of intimidation “that
is why you see me that most times, I intend to give a lot of my time to
listening to challenges that public service faces with a view to addressing
them”, He, however, urged civil servants to accord priority to the core
values of civil service which he highlighted to include political
neutrality and confidentiality, integrity and moral rectitude.

The HOS commended the leadership of NUJ Delta State Council for living up
to its responsibility of being the “watchdog of the society”.

“I am touched by the remarks you have made, and it’s a confirmation of the
popular slogan that journalists are the watchdog of the society.

Be rest assured that our doors are open. We are all partners in progress
for the success of this government and development of Delta State”.

Earlier, Chairman of Delta State Council of NUJ, Comrade Mike Ikeogwu had
expressed the willingness and readiness of the council to partner of
offices of the Hos in publicizing its activities.

Comrade Ikeogwu drew the attention of the HoS to the need for government
agencies saddled with the responsibility of monitoring projects to live up
to expectation. “If all of us play our role as expected, the development of
our state will be monumental.

How effective monitoring agencies are, will determine the quality of jobs
that will be executed. So, I want to call on the HoS to give a charge to
those who are responsible for projects monitoring in this state to live up
to their responsibility so that we can have a long lasting projects being
executed by government”, he said.

The NUJ Chairman also observed that many civil servants were failed in
areas of integrity and moral rectitude in the face of pressure from corrupt

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