Taking Stock of the journey so far in the Civil Service Commission, nobody can deny the fact that the Commission have done creditably well via the Chairman Chief Mrs. Catherine Ogbu, a retired director in the civil service of Ebonyi State.
Since her assumption as the helmsman of the Commission, she has proven that women are not only useful in child-bearing and domestic activities.
To validate the assertion, she has striven towards the effective and efficient attainment of the lofty policies and programmes of Governor David Umahi's administration for the civil service. In this stage of globalization, Mrs Ogbu has by dint of hard work, firmly established her as one of the women who are demonstrating pragmatically that whatever a man can do, women are also capable of doing. When she came on board in 2015 bringing with experience and ideas, she saw the urgent need to provide a connection working environment for all her staff. She therefore renovated the dilapidated Office building at Amagu Street, refurbished and replaced the equipment: analog computer sets, photocopies machines, air conditioner sets, with digital the chairs and tables were replaced with modern ones. The vehicle is being refurbished also to enhance effective operations of the office. Her achievement within few years earned her an award that propelled her into limelight of public applause. Mrs. Ogbu believe in the best and preaches the truth. She cannot close her ears to the cries of the poor. She is among the few leaders who believe in transparency and refused to be enticed by the numerous social and political offers which have culminated in the current corruption saga in Nigeria. Despite the fact that she was born into a Royal family and served government in various positions, her humility speaks volume. In spite that the present global economic recession is a major setback Mrs. Ogbu have seen it as an opportunity to use any available resources provide by the government wisely to achieve any target projects and increase productivity. Her present in the commission has changed workers attitude to work, their mind-set transformed. The chairman who reiterate her determination to make workers happy through improved conditions of Service remain Paramount. "Cleaniness is next to godliness" is her motto as we could see it in the offices renovated presently at Block 10 Centenary City Abakaliki.
Where she completed 27 Offices, 1 conference room, 6 hallways with air-condition sets in all, to crown it all, she procured a 50KVA generator to end the story of power outage in the commission. Courtey of His Excellency Engr. David Umahi's. Indeed, Mrs. Ogbu is among the women who have carved niches for themselves. She is reliable, dependable, industrious, warm-hearted , a woman of passion, and among others, endowed with Sterling qualities and yet humble. She desire and goes for the best for her people, just as she ventures into life touching projects like her boss, His Excellency David Umahi. Photo speaks..
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