Fayemi charges board members on transparency, efficiency
From Victor Akinkuolie, Ado-Ekiti
The Governor of Ekiti state, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has charged the newly inaugurated chairmen, members of Boards and agencies to swiftly deploy their experiences and expertise towards ensuring the realization of the laudable goals and objectives of his administration.
The Governor gave the charge in Ado-Ekiti while performing the inauguration of 11 chairmen and members of Boards, Parastatals and Agencies in the state.
Fayemi explained that their appointments were informed by the need to reposition and strengthen government for effective and efficient service delivery to the people.
He stressed that the focal point of his administration is to restore the values, dignity and honour of Ekiti people urging them to maintain and sustain the tempo of good governance in their various offices and refrain from acts that can bring the government into disrepute.
While charging them on the need to be totally loyal and committed to the policies and programmes of government, the governor said he looks forward to positive feedback concerning their performance from the people whom they represent.
Congratulating them on their selection out of many, Governor Fayemi posited that their appointments was not merely based on party allegiance and patronage, but on their past records of achievements, enjoining them to bring their wealth of experience to bare in the discharge of their official duties and responsibilities.
The Boards, Commissions and Agencies that were inaugurated are: State Independent Electoral Commission; State Universal Basic Education Board; Civil Service Commission; Local Government Service Commission; Teaching Service Commission and House of Assembly Service Commission.
Others are Board for Technical and Vocational Education; Primary Healthcare Delivery Agency; Hospital Management Board; Ekiti State Community and Social Development Agency and Judicial Service Commission.
Responding on behalf of other Chairmen and members, Chairman Civil Service Commission, Sir Bunmi Famosaya promised that they will do their best to ensure that the governor succeeds in his drive to reposition the state for effective service delivery.