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The Civil Service Experience Archives - SPEAK OUT AFRICA

The Civil Service Experience

The Civil Service Commission And The Civil Servants

July 7, 2018

The Civil Service Commission of a country is responsible for the appointment, transfer and exercising disciplinary control over all Civil Servants under her. In Nigeria, it is commonly referred to as ‘Government Work’ while the Civil Servants are called ‘Government Workers’. From the 1950’s to the 1990’s, the Civil Service Commission was easily the largest […]

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How Age Reduction is Crippling The Nigerian Civil Service

June 22, 2018

  The civil service in Nigeria is the highest employer of labour of the public sector. Men and women employed in this sector are required by the Nigerian Civil Service Act to retire either upon the attainment of 60 years of age or thirty-five years of active service whichever comes first. The only exceptions are […]

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