‘Sort out family problems’
STAFF members of the Deputy Prime Minister’s office have been advised to avoid having problems in their respective families.
This was said by DPM Themba Masuku on Wednesday when he met them at his offices in Mbabane.
Masuku said the staff members at his office were the ones tasked with an important assignment of ensuring that they protect vulnerable groups, from any form of abuse.
“It would be discouraging and disappointing to learn that some or all of the staff members at the DPMO leave their problems unattended until they affect their work,” he said.
Masuku said as welfare agents at the DPMO, workers should be the first to show how problems are solved when they surface.
Masuku said the workers were lucky because they had so many social workers in their midst, who could deal with their problems.
This would then enable the workers to deal with the problems faced by the general public.
MAKE DUE: DPM Themba Masuku.