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Teso District Service Commissions Asked to Display Results of Job Applicants

Joseph Odongo, the Chairman Board of Directors Teso Anti-Corruption Coalition TAC says that most districts in the region dont follow the best practice of displaying public information on notice boards.

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Civil Society Organizations want District Service Commissions in the Teso sub-region to display results of successful job applicants on notice boards.

Joseph Odongo, the Chairman Board of Directors Teso Anti-Corruption Coalition (TAC) says that most districts in the region don't follow the best practice of displaying public information on notice boards.

Odongo observes that in most cases districts display only adverts and shortlisted candidates forgetting the successful candidates.

He cited Pallisa as one of the districts in the region where confusion arose as a result of failure by the commission to display the names of successful job applicants.

According to Odongo, failure by districts to display the names on the notice boards has left many people questioning the recruitment exercise.

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//Cue in: “But we need...

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Cue out ... district service commissions.”//

But Gerald Simon Etibot, the chairperson District Service Commission Amuria says they always display information but the community is not bothered to check the notice boards.

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