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MPS ENCOURAGED TO JOIN PUBLIC SERVICE DAY CELEBRATION

The Minister of Public Service Chief Thesele Maseribane has on Monday in his statement before the National Assembly encouraged Members of Parliament (MPs) to take part in the Public Service Day celebration on Friday.

He said the celebration will commence with a match led by the Prime Minister, Dr Motsoahae Thabane, saying the match will start at Lesotho Correctional Service football ground and finish at Setsoto Stadium where various activities will take place.

The Minister added that among the activities there will be a football game between private sector and public service in which members of parliament and ministers are expected to participate, saying there will also be other games such as aerobics, marathon and for the first time woman's game called 'Pitiki'.

He said there will also be an award giving ceremony in which the best performing ministries in public service will receive awards, commenting that as part of the celebration, Development for Peace and Education (DPE) had on Monday in Maseru organized youth forum in which various ministers addressed the youth.

He noted that the Prime Minister will make a keynote address on Friday with more emphasis on good public service delivery.

Public Service Day is observed annually on June 23 to celebrate the value of virtue of public service to the community. It is celebrated in different districts countrywide.

 

Source: LENA 20/11/2017

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