Gov Adeleke harps on effective performance framework

By Oviri Kelvin, Abuja

Governor Ademola Adeleke has convened the inaugural State Executive Council meeting on Friday, involving 25 commissioners and ten special advisers of cabinet rank.

This gathering, held in the Governor’s Office Council Chambers and well-attended, aimed to provide cabinet members with an extensive performance monitoring framework.

During the meeting, the Governor emphasized the importance of cabinet members fully grasping their ministries and agencies, expressing confidence in their ability to contribute effectively to council deliberations.

He also acknowledged their enthusiasm and dedication to the administration’s success while stressing the significant responsibility they bear.

Governor Adeleke further outlined key expectations for his cabinet members as the administration begins its work in earnest.

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He urged them not to abandon ongoing projects and programmes inherited from the previous government, emphasizing the importance of continuity and avoiding a passive approach in favour of proactive engagement.

“You are expected to take note of certain issues for us to achieve collective success. Projects and programmes you inherited should not be abandoned,” he said.

“I noticed a certain lay back attitude in the continuity of some of our 100 days projects and policies.

“You did not take over ministries and agencies without ongoing programmes. I did not expect any of you to start window shopping instead of pushing ahead with existing programmes,” the Governor added.

Although he is poised to embrace new innovations, he cautioned against replicating the practice of the previous government, which was known for neglecting inherited initiatives.

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