Bello Sali, the immediate past head of civil service of the federation (HCSF), has said he ensured justice and equity for all civil servants during his tenure.
“Throughout my tenure as the HCSF, I did justice to all manner of people without fear or favour by ensuring integrity, justice and progress in the civil service”, Sali said.
Sali made this known to newsmen at a grand civic reception organised for him by the Adamawa government in Yola on Sunday.
He thanked the government and people of Adamawa for giving him a rousing reception and promised to support the state government at all time.
“Within the limit of our resource capacity and contacts we will see that we assist the state government to harness its potential”, he said.
He, however, dismissed allegations of corruptions within the civil service formation.
Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa congratulated Sali on his retirement from service after a meritorious career.
“We are congratulating you for a successful and peaceful retirement”, Nyako said.
Nyako said that Adamawa government was happy and proud on the key role played by the former HCSF in transforming the civil service.