The Ondo Recount Governor, Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, has talked about he would continue to consume rising the frontiers of his administration’s developmental efforts and care for the availability of dividends of factual governance to the opposite folks of the articulate in the following four years.
Akeredolu whose first term in place of job expires on February 23 and the 2nd term begins on February 24, 2021, declared that his 2nd term would not be for a vacation as he would not leisure on his oars in the execution of more legacy projects.
The governor talked about this on the first working day prayer assembly with the civil servants, for the Year 2021, held on the premises of the Governor’s Office, Akure, the articulate capital on Monday.
Describing the year 2021 as a huge year, when his administration will originate its 2nd term in the actualization of its lofty programmes, Akeredolu talked about the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and insecurity were composed spherical and in the midst of which all an crucial sacrifices and precautions may perchance perchance well be taken to consume the articulate going.
He enjoined all public servants to continue to render their statutory companies and products, diligently, stressing that the civil servants can possess be conscious that in the face of the unpleasant constraints occasioned by externalities, his administration has ensured urged promotion and customary workers’ welfare.
He talked about, “Originate not ask of something much less, I occupy to, on the opposite hand, reiterate that the dictates of the latest realities demand sacrifice. As a other folks, we must composed be ready to repeatedly possess the sacrifices of our dwelling-grown efforts to generate resources for the overall pattern of our dear articulate.
“We’re going to continue to care for our efforts at containing the original wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and face up to the present security challenges, coping with us.”
At the prayer assembly, dark armbands were extinct by the workers in honour of the general public officers who handed on just currently including the Chief of Protocol to the governor, Mr Tosin Ogunbodede, who died in a fatal motor accident alongside the Ilesa-Akure freeway, final Saturday.