The newly elected Executives of the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Service Technical a and Recreational Services Employees AUPCTRE (UCCDA branch) have been charged to live up to expectations worthy of emulation by members in line with the practice and ethics of the Civil Service in the State.

This charge was handed down by the chairman, Uyo Capital City Development Authority (UCCDA), Otuekong Enobong Uwah, when the union Executives paid him a courtesy visit in the conference room of the Authority.

Otuekong Uwah who was represented by the Secretary and Head of Administration, Mr. Anietie Akpan urged the new leadership of the union to exemplify true comradeship and discipline among members to foster unionism which he noted, is about dialogue and not confrontational.

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While congratulating the new Executives of the union, Otuekong Uwah assured them of Management’s commitment in giving the union the needed support and partnership to enhance their welfare and productivity.

Speaking earlier, the newly elected UCCDA chapter chairman of the union, Comrade Unyime Udoka, appreciated the UCCDA for the audience granted them to seek effective collaboration and partnership for a mutually benefiting relationship towards the welfare of members and the growth of the Authority.

While pressing home some demands on training and retraining of members, Comrade Udoka solicited more support for the Union to enhance staff efficiency.

He pledged the union’s support to the Chairman and the Management of the UCCDA, assuring that they will carry out their duties diligently and efficiently in order to portray a good image.

Also speaking, secretary of the union, Comrade Akaninyene Frank lauded the Chairman and Management of the Authority for their commitment and impact in repositioning the Authority which he noted, are geared towards optimal service delivery to people of the State.

He pledged the union’s readiness to reciprocate government gestures in its quest for more hard work and commitment to service.

Credit: Aniekan Ebong