The Minister of Niger/Delta Affairs, Pastor Usani Uguru has assured that positive changes are imminent in the country considering the determination of the present leadership to succeed in its assignment.
Pastor Uguru who assumed duty Wednesday alongside his Minister of State, Professor Cladius Daramola said there would be no popularity contest among the leadership of the ministry as they are mindful of the task ahead of them to deliver the dividends of democracy to the people.
He said the cooperation of the ministry workers has become imperative as they would be required to guide the leadership aright and forward memos that would have direct impact and improvements on the lives of the people.
He urged workers in the ministry to rededicate themselves to duty, stressing that accountability and transparency would be the watchwords of the present administration.
He said workers should not hesitate to tell the truth regarding the state of affairs in the ministry, pointing out that this would also translate to informed decisions that would enhance performance and productivity.
The Ministers were welcomed to the ministry by top officials, led by the Permanent Secretary, Belema Wakama who incidentally resumed duty in the ministry earlier in the day.
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