The Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr Abdulrasheed Bawa, has said that workers in the commission must embrace punctuality, noting that it is unacceptable to come late and expect to earn a full salary by month end.
Bawa stated that workers should be at work by 8 am and close by 5 pm, but anyone who chooses to come by 9 am and close by 3 pm should not expect a full salary.
The new EFCC chairman sounded the warning on Monday when he met with the workers of the commission at the headquarters, while urging them to be dedicated to their duties.
According to a release from the commission, Bawa stated that he was, however, going to be firm and would not tolerate indiscipline in any form, including lateness to work and indecent or improper dressing.
“The rule says you must be in the office by 8 am and close by 5 pm if you have no pending work. But it is unacceptable for you to come in by 9 am and close by 3 pm and you expect to earn a full salary,” he said.
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