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Oyetola Presents Performance Charter To cabinet Members

By Solomon Odeniyi

Osun state Governor , Adegboyega Oyetola, on has presented the Performance Charter to the newly-inaugurated members of the State Executive Council.

According to him,  the charter would be the tool to measure and justify their performances in their various ministries.

He said the Performance Charter has been carefully drafted to provide the clear-cut space and platform for all cabinet members to deliver on their valued contributions to the time-constrained work before them.

Oyetola spoke shortly after the new cabinet members took the Oath of Secrecy and thereafter signed the Performance Mandate at the EXCO Chamber, Office of the Governor, Osogbo.

He called on the cabinet members to discharge their commitments in a most efficient and prudent manner that would help the state to actualise her dreams of becoming the pacesetter in all sectors of the economy.

He said,  "Again, we must note that we can only go so far to deliver on our vision, if only we work and walk together as a team and an indivisible force.

"We must at all times avoid the temptation to work in silos and put up a one-man show that can prove manifestly inimical to our goal of cohesive team-building.

"Importantly too, we must seek to make actionable the deliberations and conclusions reached during our cabinet meetings, and institutionalise them.

"We cannot afford to walk alone without the assuring partnership of the state bureaucracy", the governor said.

"As I have noted repeatedly since your appointment, failure is never an option to be contemplated. As for me, I feel very hopeful and excited, knowing the calibre of the human capital and goodwill available in this council, as represented by you all – who, without doubt, are among our state’s most distinguished, experienced and accomplished citizens.

"Certainly, ours is a great team, immensely endowed with all it takes to put our state on the pedestal of assured and irreversible economic prosperity, "

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