The Management Staff of the Ministry of Tertiary Education and Heads of State-owned Tertiary Institutions in Kwara State have been charged to remain committed and steadfast, towards realizing the policy thrust of the State Government in the tertiary education sector.
The new Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Dr. Mary Ronke Arinde made the charge today, during her maiden meeting with top Management staff of the Ministry, shortly after resuming duty.
She urged them to be proactive and bring up innovative ideas towards scaling up efficiency in their respective directorates.
The Commissioner, who called for punctuality at work, proactiveness, efficiency, sought a mutual working relationship with the Management and Staff of the Ministry.
In her remarks, the newly deployed Permanent Secretary, Barr. Sabitiyu Kikelomo Grillo, while congratulating the newly appointed Commissioner, assured her of the commitment and support of staff of the Ministry towards a harmonious working relationship for the betterment of the state.
Barr. Grillo prayed for God’s guidance and the wisdom with which the Commissioner would paddle the affairs of the Ministry to greater heights.
In attendance were the Management staff of the Ministry, who all plegded their unflinching support and loyalty to the newly appointed Commissioner, the newly deployed Permanent Secretary and Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq-led administration in the state.
Ministry of Tertiary Education
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