Osun State Commissioner and Special Adviser for Water Resources and Energy, Dr. Amidu Tadese and Engr. Ibitoye Adeniran respectively have restated their resolved to work as a team with the bureaucracy towards realising the government agenda for development.
They stated their resolve during the official familiarisation tour of the Ministry of Water Resources and Energy on Monday.
Tadese who maintained that the upliftment of the administration of Governor Gboyega Oyetola was germane stated that he was going to co-operate with other relevant officials of government to bring about a turn around to the operations of the ministry in line with the vision of the state government and in conformity with the civil service rules.
He called on the staff of the ministry to join hands with him and his colleague in actualising the dreams of the administration in the water resources and energy sector of the state.
Also, Adeniran noted that they have resolved to engage the staff of the ministry in trainings, seminars and workshops to enhance capacity in order tackle the challenges ahead.
He charged the staff members to take their duties seriously and also to maintain a clean environment at all times, adding that such will enhance a conducive environment for prompt service delivery and efficiency.
They both hinted that the departments especially the Accounts and Finance Department would be revamped because its services is strategic to the overall performance of the ministry.
The need for the revamping according to him, is that the ministry must be generating revenue which will assist the governor and the government in developing the state.
Part of the familiarisation tour were, Engr. Wale Emmanuel Alonge; Vice Chairman, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Osogbo Branch and the General Secretary, Engr. Adeyinka Abiodun Atoyebi.
The tour was conducted by the Co-ordinating Director of the ministry, Engr. Isaac Babalola.
Earlier, members of staff of the ministry had welcomed the Honourable Commissioner and Special Adviser to the Governor on Water Resources and Energy with prayers from both the Christian and Islamic religions.