Prime Minister Barre instructs Directorate General to observe ghost officers

Mogadishu (AX) – Somalia Prime Minister Hamsa Abdi Barre has instructed the Administrators General (DG) of the federal ministries to make sure that their workers fulfill their obligations by adhering to authorities working hours.

Through the assembly, he additionally ordered that every directorate common conduct common inspections of the officers of their respective ministries and instantly report staff who fall quick.

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“It is not appropriate for someone to be paid $700 when he is sleeping in America, Europe or Africa, or just at home (away from the office), while a young guy is paid $200 to fight Khawraij, where he may be injured and his children orphans. It is not conceivable, how shall we stand before our Lord on the Day of Judgment?”

The prime minister additionally urged the administrators to start out the working day early in order that the federal government may serve the Somali residents on the most handy time.

“Cabinet has been empowered to implement the six-pillar program presented to Parliament and the subsequent commitment we signed with ministers.”

The Prime Minister’s feedback come a day after President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, after Friday prayers at a mosque inside Villa Somalia, revealed that just one,500 of the 5,000 everlasting staff registered by the Federal Authorities Staff have proven up for work persistently.

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