FG asks public servants to work from home over COVID19

March 23, 2020
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As part of its measures to contain the spread of coronavirus, the federal government has asked public servants to work from home from Tuesday, March 24.

The directive was given by Mrs Yemi Esan, the head of service of the federation, in a memo circulated to public servants on Monday, March 23.

Head of Service Yemi Esan in a memo, asked some public servants to work from home.

The memo informed that public servants on level 12 should stay away from work while those who would remain at work should limit the number of visitors that they receive.

Part of the memo read: “Government is concerned about the welfare and safety of all public servants just as it is about other Nigerians.

“All public servants are, therefore, strongly advised to follow the measures being put in place by the government to curtail the spread of the pandemic.

“As a further step to check the spread of COVID-19, all non-essential public servants on grade level 12 and below are to work from home with effect from Tuesday 24th March 2020 until further notice.”

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