Governor Akeredolu Constitutes Hand-Over Committee For Political Appointees

Governor Akeredolu Constitutes Hand-Over Committee For Political Appointees

By Wires Editor | The Trent on January 16, 2021
Rotimi Akeredolu, Tayo Ogunleye, Soladoye Ekundayo, Abel Oloniyo

Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, the governor of Ondo Stae, has constituted a handover strategic implementation committee to facilitate the off-boarding of current administration personnel as well as ease the on-boarding process of incoming personnel.

The Committee, according to Ondo Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, is to help coordinate the hand-over process and ensure the administration’s records were appropriately archived.

Members of the Committee are the Head of Service, ‘Dare Aragbaiye to serve as Chairman; Patrick Tolani, Cecilia Akintomide, Ayo Sotinrin, Omololu Elegbe, and Mr. Babajide Akeredolu.

Ojogo explained the committee is expected to recommend and advise the government on result-oriented structural processes and practices for existing MDAs, set Key Performance Indicators, KPI, for returning and new appointees and MDAs as well as develop a baseline for all sectors to serve as a benchmark for improvement.

He said the committee would carry out systemic review of the operations of the administration in the last four years with a view to evaluating its performance and to identifying areas of service improvement.

According to him: “The Committee is mandated to develop a new Agenda for the incoming administration focusing on performance-based income generation strategy as well as formulating SMART service delivery across Government departments and agencies of government.

“The committee will commence work immediately and shall work until a proper handover structure is developed, adopted, and implemented.

“The committee is expected to provide reports of its activities to Mr Governor frequently and submit a completion report at the instance of its dissolution.”

Source: The Nation


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