Mr Adedayo Thomas, Executive Director/CEO, National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB), has urged workers to embrace productivity to effectively drive the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Tinubu.

He gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sideline of Retirement Sendforth and Awards ceremony organised by the board on Friday in Abuja.

According to him, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) play pivotal role in driving the Rrenewed Hope Zgenda geared toward delivering a prosperous nation for all.

He urged workers to ensure improved productivity by accomplishing tasks within stipulated period as well shun truancy and indiscipline.

“Everyone must support the Federal Government by improving on our work and change attitude to work in all offices.

“Punctuality and timely completion of tasks must be encouraged, this will bring the desired turnaround we all want,” he said.

Thomas said the event was to celebrate a retired Assistant Director, Mr Daniel Otegbeye and others, and to honour outstanding staff of the year, to inspire workforce for renewed commitment to duty in the coming year.

According to him, the categories of awards for staff include Punctuality Award, Best Staff of the Year, Best Department of the Year and Best Zonal Coordinator of the Year, amongst others.

The NFVCB helmsman extolled the dedication and prudence of the retiring officer while bidding him farewell , and urged others to emulate his virtues.

“He is one of the best officers we have here, and these are civil servants we need to encourage so that others can emulate their dedication.

“Till this moment, I still seek advice from him, and I wish him well as he retires from public service,” he said.

In his remark, Otegbeye expressed appreciation to the management and staff of the board for the honour given to him.

“I thank God for this beautiful occasion and I appreciate the Executive Director for organising this type of sendforth and for appreciating my little contribution to the board.

“I therefore advise those still in service to be committed to their jobs so that at the end of the day they will be happy that they worked with the board,” he said.

Also, Mrs Gloria Odebode, who won the Most Punctual and Reliable Staff of the Year award , appreciated management for the recognition.

“I feel very happy today and want to thank the Executive Director and my direct boss, the Director of the Service Innovation Department, as I promise to remain committed to my work,” she said.

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