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Redouble efforts to achieve more, SITA staff charged

Staff of the State Information Technology Agency, Akure (SITA) are to redouble their efforts in 2021 to beat the previous records of achievements.
In an address to mark the first working day in office, the Chairman of the Agency, Mr. Olumbe Akinkugbe assured the staff of more government support especially in the area of conducive working environment to achieve the set objectives.
According to Akinkugbe, adequate plans have been perfected for additional value chain on the existing State Integrated Financial Management Information System (SIFMIS), infrastructure & digitization of government operations with a view to improving service delivery to the residents of the state no matter where they live, work or play.
His words : “SITA will not only do everything humanly possible this year to adopt one digit policy fibre infrastructure to increase broadband penetration into all nooks and crannies of the state but also leverage on technology to increase the State’s Internally Generated Revenue (IGR)”.
He therefore reiterated that with the usual unalloyed support of the governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu (SAN), SITA will do even more than previous years.
Speaking after marathon prayer sessions, the Administrative Secretary of the agency, Mr. Abiodun Akinseloyin who listed the spiritual benefits of praise and worship to include multiple blessings, uncommon favour, abundant knowledge, wisdom and sound mind to overcome challenges admonished the staff to handle every assignment with all seriousness it deserves.
As a quaternary agency, Akinseloyin charged them to always display high level of professionalism to deliver on the 2021 set targets.
He concluded by reminding them to obey all COVID-19 protocols as only the living can work to earn pay.

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