Workers employed by the Delta State Government have been urged to carry out their duties with due diligence with a view to enhancing Government’s determination to provide quality service delivery to Deltans.
The Commissioner for Information, Mr. Charles Aniagwu, made this call during the weekend while speaking at the quarterly get together organized by the SMART DELTA crew, at Asaba.
The Commissioner noted the quarterly meeting was a one unique since that was the first get together for the year as well as the first following the Supreme Court’s affirmation of the victory of Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa as the duly elected Governor of Delta State.
The Information Commissioner noted that with the victory of the state Governor, the state will now develop faster than ever since the Governor whose agenda was anchored on the general development of the state was now less distracted in its drive to put the state in its proper place among the comity of developing States.
Mr. Aniagwu assured the staff of SMART DELTA that their labour would be assessed with a view to making them to be more productive and consequently attract rewards that will be expected to spur them to do more.
While commending the management team for being focused in the discharge of their duties, Mr. Aniagwu noted that since the team started producing and airing to inform and educate Deltans and Nigerians on the achievements of the Government of the State, every episode has had the desired impact. He therefore promised that the Government will continue to ensure that the necessary tools needed to deliver on their mandate was provided.
In his submission, the Commissioner for Youth Development stated that the SMART DELTA crew had been consistent in their production and every episode had a very good story to tell concerning the quality leadership provided by Senator Dr. Arthur Okowa’s administration.
The Commissioner stated that the Government of Delta State had through his ministry put down measures aimed at engaging the Youths no matter their level of education in order to reduce unemployment as well as making them contribute their quota to the development of the State and the nation.
Dignitaries present at the occasion included Hon. Mofe Pirah, Commissioner Bureau for Special Duties, Mr. Paul Osahor, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Information, Mr. Olisa Ifeajika, Chief Press Secretary to the Governor and Barr. Eugene Uzum, Director-General Bureau of Orientation among others.