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BREAKING: FG orders civil servants to resume Monday

The National Government has requested government workers from Evaluation level 14 or more to continue on Monday.

In round by Head of Administration of the Organization Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan, it said the Government secretariat edifices have been purified while endeavors were continuous to do same in other open workplaces.

The roundabout peruses: “Further to Mr President’s communicated on a staged and continuous facilitating of the lockdown measures occasioned by COVID-19, officials on GL 14 or more and those in basic administrations are thus coordinated to continue work with impact from Monday, fourth of May, 2020 in the principal occurrence.”

The round additionally prompted influenced officials to confine the quantity of guests they get while hand-washing offices ought to be situated at each key area inside their office premises.



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