This study looked at how well government ministries and their office managers in Bayelsa State, Nigeria, communicate with each other and with the outside world. There were three research questions proposed and three hypotheses developed to investigate possible solutions. The study used a cross-sectional survey methodology, and the population consisted mostly of workers from the two government agencies that were studied. The questionnaire was the main data collector, and frequency, percentage, and mean were utilized to examine the results, while the Spearman rank correlation coefficient was employed to assess the hypotheses. The investigation reveals a correlation between office managers’ success and their willingness to use both internal and external channels of communication. Office manager effectiveness was shown to be closely linked to both internal and external communication. Management should refrain from sending too many messages at once to avoid confusing employees. While honest and open dialogue is welcomed,

Keywords: Internal, External, Communication, Employees, and Performance.