Gov Rochas officially declares 3 working days And Back To Land Policy

Governor of Imo State Rochas Okorocha has directed that
public servants in the state would now work from Mondays to
Wednesdays, and use Thursdays and Fridays for agriculture
The government also introduced a policy tagged “Back to land
for agriculture” to enable the state engage and invest heavily
in agriculture.
Governor Okorocha made these known when traditional rulers
from the state operating under the aegis of Royal fathers in
Agriculture paid him a courtesy vivit at the Government House
Owerri on Monday, August 1, 2016.
He said, the State Executive Council has given approval to the
new policy.
However, the governor exempted public servants on essential
duties like the teachers, nurses, doctors and people invved in
Internally Generated Revenue drive. Political appointees are
also exempted from the three-days working periods.
The governor added “we shall try this programme for the
period of one year, starting from 1st of August 2016 and
hopefully this will help. Let me make this emphasis before it is
misconstrued or misrepresented, that this does not in any way
affect the salaries of the workers. Workers will get their full
salaries as been the practice. So the policy does not mean
that there will be a cut in salary rather let us now find a way
for our workers to supplement their salaries”.
He continued “for this reason the issue of annual leave and
casual leave is hereby cancelled. Resumption time for work
has changed from 8am to 7.30am in the morning and ends by
4pm. Any worker that is not found on his or her seat between
7.30am and 4pm on the days concerned will be summarily
“I also want to announce that government has appealed to
families and those who organize burials on Mondays to
Wednesdays to please change and have their burials on
Saturdays so that we can concentrate on the government’s
work and on the agricultural programme.”

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