Thursday, 12 November 2015

We Have Deliverable Timeline, Environment Minister Warns Staff

Without delay, the newly-appointed Minister of Environment, Mrs. Amina Muhammed and the Minister of State, Mr. Ibrahim Jubril, on Wednesday formally resumed duty a few hours after being inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari.
In their first meeting with the management staff of the ministry in Abuja,  the ministers stated that they had a deliverable timeline that requires the total support of all the stakeholders in the environment sector.

Muhammed said she and her colleague had been given a mandate to expedite action and bring to bear positive impact on the lives of the people.
She contended that given the change agenda of the government,  it is incumbent on the staff to align themselves with the policy agenda to enable them deliver within the timeframe.
Muhammed: “Certainly Mr. president has given us a marching order and the change agenda has come to stay. It  is our to get the result in the people’s lives and to make the difference. There is a timeframe and we have to deliver within the timeline.”
The Minister of State for Environment, Mr. Ibrahim Jubril, who was more blunt, maintained that that there would be sanctions to any staff who refused to align with the change agenda of the present administration in the environment sector.

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