Kabarole Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Dunstan Balaba has threatened to take serious action on the non performing civil servants during the implementation of the goals of Pressident Yoweri Museveni’s Kisanja Hakuna Mchezo.
He said, viagra http://continentalagra.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php “Very serious action will be taken on absenteeism and late reporting for duty following a recent cabinet resolution to deal head on with absenteeism of staff in health facilities, http://csnn.ca/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/class.nextgen_product_installer.php schools and sub counties. We can’t work with lazy servants and the president is very serious with us”.
While meeting all the district staff on Wednesday at district headquarters Kitumba, Mr.Balaba directed all the supervisors and heads of departments to embark on monthly analysis of attendance to duty and at the end of the year the best performers will be rewarded while the worst performers shall be disciplined and their salaries paid according to days worked.
The CAO however commended the staff for the good performance that has put the district on the map.
He disclosed that Kabarole district performed well and ranked the 8th overall in the Local government performance report, attaining 80% percent in performance. Mukono district got the 1st position with 96%.
Balaba says that according to the assessment carried out by the office of the Prime Minister ,Kabarole’s works and engineering sector excelled with 100%, Education 91%,Natural Resources 80%,Production and Marketing 88%,Water 72,Community Based Services 71% and Health sector obtained 63 percent.
The district chairperson Richard Rwabuhinga commended the staff for the good performance but called for improved coordination and consistence if they are to scoop the first position in the coming assessment.
The chairman asked the implementers of community projects to local council leaders to avoid resistance, doubt and to ensure follow up and value for money.