Cross River warns workers on Facebook

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Following the death of Cynthia Osokogu who was reportedly murdered by friends she met on Facebook, the Special Adviser on Projects and Programmes Monitoring and Evaluation to Cross River Governor, Mr. Eja-Dons Esege, has warned staff of his department against engaging in unnecessary social networking activities during office hours.

Esege stated that the computers were not provided for them to engage in Facebook activities, which he said is social media trend that has been grossly abused.He said the government provided the facility to build their capacities in information technology for enhanced job-performance and productivity.

The Governor’s aide urged the staff to draw lessons from the sad incident of Cynthia Osokogu’s death and be more serious-minded.

Esege reasoned that if staff avoids all forms of idleness and churn out laudable strategies, the department will help bring development closer to the grassroots.

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6 commentsOn Cross River warns workers on Facebook

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  • Please while you warn them about social network, pay their salaries on time and when due. Monkey no go work for baboon to chop. They are learning alot from facebook.

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