Ministerial Performance Bond, my priority-
By Abigael Joshua
Mr Mahmud Kambari, the new Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Environment says that the ministerial performance bond he signed with President Bola Tinubu is his priority in office.
Kambari said this on Tuesday in Abuja while assuming office in the ministry as the new permanent secretary.
“I will be committed to playing my role in executing the Ministerial Performance Bond for the Presidential Priorities and Deliverables (2023 to 2027) signed with Mr President,” he said.
Kambari also promised to ensure the alignment of the activities of the Ministry with the six pillars of the Federal Civil Service Strategy and Implementation plan 2021 to 2025 (FCSSIP25) for high impact performance.
“This will entail a strong commitment to drive the full realisation of the Digitization Policy of Government (Electronic Content Management System), the Human Resource Component of the IPPIS, Capacity Building/Talent Management, Performance Management, Innovation and Staff Welfare.
“In the coming weeks, I will be engaging with each department and agencies under this Ministry to gain deeper understanding of the operations, challenges and opportunities.
“I am committed to fostering an environment that encourages open communication, where every staff feels heard and valued,” he said.
Kambari promised to welcome suggestions and advice and constructively engage with strategic partners and critical stakeholders locally and internationally towards fulfilling the mandate of the Ministry.
He said this can only be achieved when people work as a team and in strict adherence with the code of ethics and extant rules/regulations in the conduct of government business.
“Let us unite in our common purpose, support one another and work tirelessly to achieve the extraordinary.
“I am confident that with your dedication and expertise, we will usher in a new era of success for this Ministry.
“I sincerely pledge my absolute loyalty and commitment to our fatherland while counting on the support and cooperation of the management and staff to effectively deliver on the mandate of the Ministry,” Kambari promised.
He commended all the work that have been done by all the staff under the leadership of the Minister of Environment, Malam Balarabe Lawal.
“This Ministry has had a rich history of achievements and legacies and I am committed to building upon them,” Kambari said.
Mr Lawrence Adigwe, the director overseeing the office of the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry promised total support to the new permanent secretary.
“We will work with you and support you to discharge your duties as you are in safe hands,” he said. (NAN) (www.nannews.ng)
Edited by Razak Owolabi