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Going by definition, a public servant is one who has willingly entered into employment contract job in a government owned or public organization based on an oath of office to render an acceptable social political and economic service to the general public in line with the rules and regulation of Nigerian Public Service. Therefore, a good public servant is one who exhibits the following character and attitudes at work:- 

  • He understands the Nigerian Public Service Rules and adapts it principles thereof.
  • He does not miss-interprets the content of public service rules.
  • He adopts the principles of due process.
  • He neglects sentiments and uphold honesty and loyalty.
  • He gives account of his stewardship transparently.
  • He respects time for duty report and closure.
  • Obeys instruction and directives from his superior.
  • He diligently performs his duties and lives in harmony with colleagues.
  • He does not falsify information but maintains confidentialities thereof.
  • He responds honestly to the demand of code of conduct bureau.
  • He goes for leave on notification and reports back on the approved date.
  • He reveals his bio-metric data without falsification.
  • He avoids corruption and indiscipline.
  • He communicates effectively.
  • He exhibit ability and courage in response to work.
  • He does not lobby for recognition.
  • He is hardworking and dedicated servant.
  • He does not quarrel or fight at work.
  • He accepts responsibilities whole heartedly.
  • He avoids gossips.
  • He ascribes to the code of ethics and oath of secrecy in his organization.
  • He applies the principles of information source in public service.
  • Possesses required relevant educational qualifications, skills and experiences and aspires for more.
  • He is tactful and skillful.
  • He shows kindness and respect to others.
  • He is obedient to the authority of his organization.
  • He is happy to see others aspire.
  • He possesses satisfactory conduct and behavior.
  • He is straight forward in actions.
  • He responds promptly to official duties and queries.
  • He appears as role – model to work.
  • He does not seat on subordinate files for frustration.
  • He manages offered time productively.

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