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156 public servants honoured for longstanding service

Deputy Governor David Archer, Jr (left) has a token to this longstanding public officer.

This week is Public Service Week and things kicked off on Monday by honouring nearly 200 longstanding public servants.

One-hundred-and-fifty-six public officers who have been serving the local government for 10, 25, and 35 were recognised.

They all received tokens of appreciation, the Office of the Deputy Governor said.

“More activities will continue during the week and will focus on unity and impact within the service. Public Service Week 2018 is being held under the theme, One Public Service: Transforming Together,” the deputy governor’s office added.

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  1. i wonder says:


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  2. Thumbs up says:

    Great to honour the workers. Great Pic also.

  3. Service Continues says:

    Appears that many over twenty five, six, and up to thirty years of service were left out, why?

    Do those individuals service and desire to feel worthy and be appreciated not matter?

    It leaves many psychological ripples behind to honor some and not others.

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  4. civil servant says:

    we need a.c not awards

  5. No nonsense says:

    As far as I can see as a retiree the human resources office have NO gratitude and appreciation for the time and effort one has put into the building of our country

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  6. Stupes says:

    Bull. Some of those employees are not even permanent and pensionable and they work just as efficiently as those who are (and more so)

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