BY SUNNY A. DAVID
THE Anambra State Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, has called for attitudinal change over the maintenance of government infrastructures, sanitation and approach to work in the State.
Commissioner Chuma-Udeh made this call during an unscheduled visit to Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board, (ASUBEB) in Awka.
The Commissioner decried the State of infrastructure and general outlook of the complex, saying that it was a shadow of its former self.
She called on workers to desist from the habit of treating government property with neglect, which may result in their wearing away or getting damaged.
“The responsibility of maintaining infrastructures provided by the government is the collective responsibility of workers and the State.
“The idea of seeing government as being solely responsible of these items provided to make work easy and accessible is what has brought about the dep