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Public servants have been urged to reciprocate government concern for their welfare by being dedicated to duty.
The Anambra State Head of Service, Barrister Harry Udu, gave the charge at the State Secretariat Awka while commenting on resumption of work after the Easter break.
The Jerome Udoji secretariat in Awka was a beehive of activities as workers resumed work after the long weekend and Easter break, as workers were seen in their various offices going through files while some of them were also seen exchanging pleasantries.
Speaking in his office , Barrister Udu who said that he has walked round the offices to check the attendance registers, and observed that there was impressive level of attendance but warned that workers who did not comply will be sanctioned .
He pointed out that workers received their salaries before Easter even when most workers from other states did not and charged workers to reciprocate such gesture by being dedicated to their duty.
Some civil servants who spoke to the ABS, Mrs. Chioma Okeke and Mr. Ekene Okafor, said they have resumed work with their colleagues even though a lot of social activities such as wedding and traditional marriage ceremonies did not give them the ample rest they needed but emphasized that they are rejuvenated after the break.
At the UNIZIK Temporary site junction, many vehicles were seen discharging their passengers while the roads and most commercial banks were a beehive of activities.
A commercial driver , Mr. Chukwudi Okpala and a traveler, Mr Desmond Ani, noted that it has been a busy period for them as the Easter gave them ample opportunity to be with their families and loved ones.

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