A durbar has been organized by the Tano South District Assembly for its staff to take stock of the year 2015 staff performance and the way forward for the year 2016.
Addressing the staff, the Tano South District Chief Executive on behalf the President, MP for the constituency and on his own behalf wished the staff a merry Christmas and a happy New year and, led the staff to observe a minute silence for some members of staff who passed away during the year.
Touching on the relevance of headcounts, Hon. Anaba said, headcounts is relevant to the progress of an organization and for that matter staff of the Assembly should ensure that they are part of all headcounts in the subsequent years. He said, it has come to the notice of management that some of the staff have since not presented their Social Security Numbers for the necessary action to be taken on it and called on all such persons to ensure that their Social Security Numbers are presented on time.
The District Chief Executive thanked the staff for their performance in the year 2015 and called on them to strive hard to achieve more than what was done in 2015 for the Assembly to achieve its targeted gaols.
Hon. Anaba entreated the staff to be transparent in the course of discharging their duties and be hard working. He said some projects of the Assembly are financed internally with the Assembly’s own generated funds and called on all the revenue officers and collectors to work extra hard in the coming year to mobilize enough revenue for the Assembly to meet its projected revenue target.
Hon. Anaba said, though more was done in terms of the National Sanitation Day Exercise in the district during 2015, much needs to be done in 2016 to improve the sanitation of the district to a larger extent.
Speaking on behalf of the management and staff of the Assembly, the Tano South District Co-ordinating Director, Mrs Agartha Ahia thanked the District Chief Executive and said the cordiality between the management and other Heads of Department in the district have led to a cordia working relations between them.
Mrs Ahia urged the staff of the Assembly to be always disciplined and ensure that the right thing is done in the performance of their duties and ensure that they are abided by the code of ethics of the civil service and refrain from doing politics in the course of their work.