This is contained in a statement signed by Dr Tope Ajakaiye, the Director of Communications, Office of the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HOCSF) on Friday in Abuja.
The statement quotes the outgoing Permanent Secretary, Career Management Office, HOCSF, Dr Jamila Shuara as saying this while handing over to her successor, Alhaji Mohammed Abbas.
In the statement, Shuara, said the centres are Calabar, Enugu, Ilorin, Kaduna, Lagos and Maiduguri.
Shu’ara, while recounting her achievements during the nine weeks she served said it includes the creation of two new departments in some strategic ministries.
She called on members of staff to continue to support the HOCSF and the incoming Permanent Secretary in order to achieve the mandate of the civil service as the chief instrument in the implementation of the transformation agenda.
Responding, Abbas commended Shuara for the remarkable achievements recorded during her short stay in the Career Management Office.
He called for the cooperation of all staff members to ensure that the good work carried out by Shuara was consolidated upon. (NAN)
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