Warns Against Indolence, Indiscipline, Promises Reward For Hardwork
By Dafe Rukevwe
Delta State Commissioner for Information, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, has charged the management and staff of the ministry to brace up to the task of rebuilding the ministry and its parastatals in order to realise the ‘Stronger Delta’ agenda.
The commissioner who said this recently in Asaba when he met with management and staff of the ministry and its parastatals on his assumption of duty, said: “I am not a magician and I need your cooperation to reposition the ministry and achieve its set goals.
“I am aware of the level of enthusiasm that greeted my appointment and I want to assure you that working together, we will achieve success and make a lot of difference.”
According to him, the three point agenda of repositioning and retraining the personnel of the ministry and the agencies, improving the infrastructure and equipments particularly of the agencies and provision of working tools for the staff are a priority to him.
Mr. Aniagwu however emphasised that he would not condole indolence and indiscipline among staff, emphasising that he would reward hardwork and initiatives and discipline erring staff.
The Commissioner assured the parastatals of rebuilding the media houses to make them very effective and efficient and promised to carry out an on-the-spot assessment of the parastatals on Monday, August 5, 2019.
Earlier, the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Paul Osahor, congratulated the Commissioner on his appointment and his subsequent deployment to the ministry, assuring the commissioner of the staff’s cooperation as he repositions the ministry.