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The State Government says it will review workers salaries by July, this year.

The Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr. CDon Adinuba, revealed this in a post- EXCO briefing held at the Government House in Awka.
Mr. Adinuba, who noted that the extension of the salary review is to allow the Federal Government come up with the national minimum wage, explained that it is in keeping with Governor Willie Obiano's campaign promise to energize the State workforce for greater productivity.
He further revealed that EXCO has approved comprehensive training and capacity development programmes for workers in the State so as to bring them up to speed as to the vision of the present administration, to enable them take ownership of the process.
Noting that no society can develop above its values, the Information Commissioner said the present administration has zero tolerance for corruption and corrupt practices, hence, Governor Obiano had invited the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Magu, to the retreat of the State Executive Council to emphasize the need for accountability and transparency.
On the complaints about exclusion in the appointments made so far by the Obiano administration, Mr. Adinuba made it clear that all the twenty-one local government areas of the state are well represented in the State Executive Council as Governor Obiano believes in equity and fairness.
Contributing, the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Chief James Eze, revealed that EXCO also approved that construction of a Pedestrian bridge across the Regina Caeli junction on the Enugu-Onitsha Expressway be commenced soon. 
He further said an advisory council on Youths Entrepreneurship and the creative economy has been approved by the EXCO and will soon be inaugurated, to coordinate activities in both areas, as agreed in the retreat held last week.

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