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Otu constitutes 21-man committee to review state’s Public/Civil Service rules

By Frank Ulom

The Governor of Cross River State, Prince Bassey Otu, has approved the constitution of a 21-man committee to review the State’s Public/Civil Service Rules.

According to a press statement by Nsa Gill, Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, on Wednesday, 17th April, the 21-member committee is given 90 days to carry out its assignment from the date of the inaugural meeting.

Membership of the Committee is as follows:

1. Ededem C. Ani, Esq. (Attorney-General & Commissioner for Justice) – Legal Adviser

2. Dr Innocent Eteng (Head of Service) – Chairman

3. Mrs Rosemary Obanya (Former Head of Service) – Alternate Chairman

4. Peter A. Bassey, Esq. (Solicitor-General & Permanent Secretary) – Member

5. Mr Emmanuel Egban (Permanent Secretary, Local Government Service Commission) – Member

6. Dr (Mrs) Atim Ekpenyong (Permanent Secretary Public Service Matters) – Member

7. Mr Enang Obeten (Director of Administration, Head of Service Office) – Member

8. Dr Sampson Ogar (Retired Permanent Secretary) – Member

9. Elder Emmanuel Eke (Retired Permanent Secretary) – Member

10. Comrade Monday Unoh Ogbodum (TUC Chairman) – Member

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11. Mr Emmanuel Ogar Etta (Retired Permanent Secretary) – Member

12. Mr Godwin Ogri Ekpatuma (Retired Director of Administration) – Member

13. Barr. Christopher Egbe Ojong (Permanent Secretary) – Member

14. Mr Frank Odey (Retired Director of Information) – Member

15. Mr Joseph Olom (Retired Permanent Secretary) – Member

16. Mrs Ekeng Ebri (Retired HOLGA) – Member

17. Mrs Victoria Ering (Retired Director of Accounts) – Member

18. Chief Barry Inyang (Retired HOLGA) – Member

19. Mr Frank Inyang (Retired Director) – Member

20. Comrade Gregory I. Olayi (NLC Chairman) – Member

21. Raymond A. Ekpang, Esq. (Director Legal Drafting) – Secretary

“Committee members are expected to report to the office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) for further directives,” the statement added.

Frank Ulom
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