...Trea­sury depart­ment em­ployee used to it, pre­pared

Sunday Observer - - NEWS -

Of­fi­cers within the trea­sury depart­ment have re­vealed that they are now used to be­ing soaked while in their of­fices.

“We have even en­sured that we re­move ev­ery­thing from the floors in or­der to ac­com­mo­date any rain that may not be caught in buck­ets,” they said.

As though on que, when it rained on Wed­nes­day, em­ploy­ees al­ready had a plan in place as they raised some items which were on the floor on makeshift ex­panded poly­styrene stilts and went about their busi­ness, just tak­ing care not to slip on the wet floors.

They said they were no longer both­ered by this oc­cur­rence as it was part of their sum­mer drill, to sweep out rain wa­ter at least sev­eral times dur­ing the rainy sea­son. They said they grin and bear the tor­rents and get right back to work.

The flooded Trea­sury data of­fice which called for em­ploy­ees to wipe off the wa­ter be­fore re­turn­ing to work on Wed­nes­day.

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