<!– Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State. –>
Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state has said that his administration will leave a legacy of a professionalism-driven public sector in the state, with zero tolerance for corruption.
The governor stated this on Monday in Asaba at the unveiling of the Civil Service Commission Regulations, 2019.
He expressed his administration’s commitment to ensuring strict adherence to due process in service delivery while urging civil servants to equip themselves with the knowledge of the regulations governing their jobs.
“This administration is irrevocably committed to sustaining the current policy thrust of strict adherence to due process, prudent management, judicious allocation of resources and continual appraisal of our structures and processes.
“It is our desire to leave the legacy of a public sector, driven by professionalism and synergy among ministries, department and agencies (MDAs), efficient project performance and zero tolerance for corruption.
“Capacity-building will remain a mirage where the principle of continuous improvement is not embraced and the operators are not sufficiently equipped with the tools and knowledge that they need to perform their duties, especially in a rapidly-changing world that we live in today.
“Those resources must align with the current realities and trends for the civil service to effectively and successfully midwife the timely delivery of the government’s policies and programmes.
“As such, it is with a great sense of fulfilment that I receive the new Delta State Civil Service Commission Regulations, 2019,’’ Okowa said.
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