Ekiti PenCom Staff receive accolades.
Members of staff of the State Pension Commission (PenCom) have been
commended for channeling all energies toward ensuring successful
implementation of Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) which commencement
date took effect 2017.
The Executive Secretary, Pension Commission, Mr. James Idowu
Akinola gave this commendation at the first edition of year 2019
quarterly interactive session and presentation of award to outstanding
members of staff in Ado-Ekiti.
Mr. Akinola, who disclosed that the Contributory Pension Scheme is
still in progress charged the staff not to be intimidated by the
daunting challenges confronting them on the job but to put up more
efforts in sustaining the success story.
The Executive Secretary said the interactive session would create
an enabling environment for the management and staff to rub minds
together which would further the workings of the Commission.
He lauded the State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi for approving
release of funds for the in-house training and data collation and
monitoring in the Commission.
Mr. Akinola described the programme as unique as outstanding members
of staff of the Commission were all rewarded for hard work, passion
and diligence on duty. Prizes, awards and letters of commendation were
distributed for encouragement at the occasion.
Those who received letters of commendation and other awards for
various outstanding contributions include Mr. Dare Ajayi, Mr. Olusola
Akinluyi and Mr. Abiodun Oluwasiku.
Responding on behalf of other recipients, Mr. Dare Ajayi and Mr.
Olusola Akinluyi who felt so honoured, enjoined other workers to
always put in their best in order to make their mark for them to be
While delivering his lecture on “Ethical Behaviour” in the Public
Service, the Director of Investment Management in the commission, Mr.
Wole Faleye said being ethical at work will enhance productivity.
He encouraged teamwork, transparency and accountability in the
discharge of official duties and cautioned against flamboyant dressing
and excessive spending to avoid financial embarrassment.