OLUKOJU URGES MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS STAFF TO STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE

In a compelling move to enhance productivity and streamline operations, the Honourable Commissioner for Communications, Hon. Bolanle Olukoju, convened a landmark meeting with staff of the Ministry of Communications today in the conference room, marking a significant step towards enhancing productivity and promoting a culture of excellence within the ministry.

The central theme of this important gathering was to emphasize the vital role of punctuality, commitment to duty, efficient service delivery, and adherence to a professional dress code. 

Hon. Olukoju's impassioned call to action was underpinned by the belief that punctuality is the cornerstone of efficiency, and it is incumbent upon all staff members to be at their desks at the appointed time, ready to serve daily, as entrenched in public service rules.

The Commissioner underscored the significance of maintaining a professional appearance, stating that one's attire reflects not only personal discipline but also professionalism. She remarked, "Dressing appropriately is a demonstration of respect, as you are addressed the way you dress."

She went on to emphasize that dedication to duty equates to giving one's best to serve the state. "We should always bear in mind that the work we do here directly impacts the entire state," she said.

Hon. Olukoju reiterated the unwavering commitment of the state government to the welfare and well-being of civil servants, while also assuring an open-door policy for staff to share their innovative ideas, she said, "We thrive when we embrace new ideas and perspectives. I am eager to work collaboratively with you towards our shared goals."

In his remarks, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Alhaji Yahaya Mohammed, shared his own past experiences, highlighting the virtues of diligence and unwavering commitment to duties. "These principles have been the foundation of my success in the service," he said.

The meeting, attended by all Directors and Deputy Directors, provided an opportunity for them to share valuable experiences and offer guidance to the staff.

Alhaji Abdulganiyu Atere, the Director of Information Services, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the Commissioner and the ministry's management for sharing their invaluable wisdom and experiences during the meeting.


Staff members present voiced their appreciation for the Commissioner's efforts and pledged to make necessary improvements in their performance.

Ahmed, Abeeb Oredunni
Press Secretary
MOC

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