Mr Harry Udu, the Head of Civil Service in Anambra, has described the level of awareness among workers on the forthcoming governorship election in the state as high.
Udu told newsmen in Awka on Monday that workers would fully participate in the election.
He said the two work-free days that the government declared during the Continuous Voter Registration enabled civil servants to register for the election.
Udu said there was no truth in the allegations that the state government was forcing workers to participate in the election.
He said the work-free day declared on Friday, Nov. 17, was to enable workers to relocate to places that they would vote on the Election Day.
He allayed fears of voter apathy as the workers had been duly enlightened on the need to exercise their rights.
“Public servants make up the bulk of the most enlightened group in any society and that is why it is…
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