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RIVERS: Fubara swears in eight newly-screened commissioners

THE Governor of Rivers State, Siminalayi Fubara, has  inaugurated the eight commissioner nominees who had been vetted by the State House of Assembly.

During the ceremony held at the Executive Council Chamber of the Government, Governor Fubara emphasized the importance of maintaining accurate records within their ministries.

He emphasized that this practice is crucial for the efficient operation of any organized system, especially within the civil service, as it serves as a valuable repository of past events, decisions, and productivity indicators.

Governor Fubara expressed disappointment over past commissioners who neglected proper documentation upon leaving their positions, highlighting the importance of the incoming commissioners adopting a meticulous approach to their work.

He encouraged them to collaborate closely with their Permanent Secretaries, seek guidance when needed, and prioritize attention to detail in their record-keeping practices.

Emphasizing the significance of discipline in his administration, Governor Fubara urged the new commissioners to emulate his commitment to maintaining comprehensive and transparent records.

He stressed that accountability and adherence to ethical standards should be the guiding principles for anyone associated with his government.

Furthermore, Governor Fubara reminded the commissioners that their oath of service was a solemn commitment to uphold the Constitution of Nigeria and serve the people of Rivers State with integrity and dedication.

He expressed confidence in their capabilities to contribute positively to the achievements of his administration, urging them to always prioritize the interests of the state and uphold ethical standards in their roles.

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