Mass promotion for Kwara civil servants as 99% pass examinations

It is mass promotion for civil servants in Kwara as 98.8 per cent of those who sat for the 2020 promotion examinations were successful.

Kwara state Governor, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq. [Twitter/@Akinsola]

Chairman, Kwara State Civil Service Commission, Hajia Habeebat Yusuf, told newsmen in Ilorin on Wednesday that 2,209 officers sat for the examinations out of which 98.87 per cent passed.

She said those who sat for the examinations were from Grade Level 07 to Grade Level16.

Hajia Yusuf said the commission had started the release of promotion letters to successful candidates.

According to the chairman, the 2020 promotion exercise was conducted for eligible officers who had completed their stipulated mandatory years from their substantive grade levels to the next.

She expressed the commission’s appreciation to Gov. Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq for approval and implementation of the 2020 promotion for eligible civil servants.

She urged the civil servants to be dedicated, faithful and proactive in the discharge of their duties.

Hajia Yusuf also assured the state’s civil servants of immediate commencement of the 2021 promotion exercise as soon as 2020 promotion letters were completely despatched.

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