Delta State starts electronic registers for civil servants, teachers

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[Delta]–The Delta State Government has announced the commencement of the implementation of the Electronic Attendance Register for Staff of Local Government Councils and Local Government Education Authorities across the State.

This is as part of the ongoing staff verification exercise in Local Government Councils and Local Government Education Authorities across Delta state, the Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON) and the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).

The declaration was made in a statement jointly signed by the Delta State Chairman of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON), Constantine Ikpokpo and the Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Mr. Sunny Ogwu.

With the new system, all workers are expected to clock in with their fingerprints upon resumption in the morning, after the long break and to clock out at the close of work.

The statement noted that the commencement of the electronic attendance register for staff of the local government councils and local government authorities across the 25 local government areas of the State, is aimed at enhancing effective, accurate and timely record keeping for the Primary Education Sector and the Local Government.

It further clarified that the introduction of the electronic clock-in system, which is in line with world best practice, is a bid to enhance effective time management and accurate record keeping for the Primary Education Sector and the Local Government.

“The exercise is not under any guise or in any form intended to witch hunt or victimize primary school teachers and local government staff,” the statement assured.

The statement further enjoined all Staff and all stakeholders to abide by the directive and work closely with the relevant authorities towards the successful implementation of the new system, with the utmost assurance of the sincerity and commitment of government.




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