Be Proactive to Nation’s Service, Ex-Guber Aspirant Charges Ministers

By January 15, 2020Office, Profile

A Stalwart of the All Progressives Congress(APC), Mallam Saliu Mustapha has charged the newly sworn-in Ministers to be more proactive and dedicated in the discharge of their duties to the service of the nation.

In a statement issued in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital by his media aide,Yinka Alaya, Mallam Mustapha while congratulating the ministers, particularly the Ministers of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed and State Transportation, Senator Ruqayat Gbemisola Saraki on their inauguration as members of the Federal Executive Council by President Muhammad Buhari, urged them to see their appointments as a call to serve the country.

The APC Chieftain described the caliber of individuals being appointed as capable of driving robust initiative that would navigate the next level agenda of the present administration.

Mustapha noted that the challenges ahead are enormous and demanded renewed commitment from the part of the appointed ministers to achieve the set goals in the interest of the nation.

He was of the view that the appointees would assist President Buhari to deliver on his campaign promises in every sector.

Mustapha, however, cautioned the new ministers against frivolous bureaucracy and other anti progressives tendencies that could be of impediment to service delivery.

The APC Stalwart therefore, congratulated the reappointment of Alhaji Lai Mohammed as the Minister of Information and Culture and the appointment of Senator Ruqayat Gbemisola Saraki as the new Minister for State Transportation.

Mustapha expressed conviction in the abilities of the new Ministers from Kwara State to deliver in the interest of the country.

While congratulating the two ministers, the APC Chieftain solicited the support of all Kwarans for the new appointees to succeed in their respective official engagements.

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