Edo government and company work in synergy on transparency and performance metrics – Nigerian Observer

Ready to ensure transparency and performance-based service delivery, the Edo state government said it was instituting measures and parameters to assess the activities of civil servants and civil servants to achieve the goals fixed.

This was revealed by Finance Commissioner Joseph Eboigbe during the ongoing performance management capacity building workshop organized for Heads of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs). The workshop should provide quarterly feedback from MDAs on their performance and identify current gaps.

Eboigbe, who spoke at one of the sessions, said the state has prioritized the creation of order, which is achieved through the 30-year development and physical plan of the State.

“Security is also a high priority as the state strengthens its security architecture in partnership with security agencies. Our focus areas are built around six thematic pillars; Institutional reforms, economic revolution, infrastructure development, culture and tourism, improvement of social welfare and environmental sustainability.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MayTac Consulting, Ms. Elizabeth Rotimi, said she was impressed with the progress of the Edo State government.

She said the government has made immense contributions to human capital development, noting, “I want to see Nigeria functioning again. States and other sub-national entities should follow suit and give serious consideration to improving the capacity of their workforce to deliver optimal services to Nigerians. »

For his part, Director General of Edo State Investment Promotion Office Kelvin Uwaibi said the state is striving to become the preferred investment destination for investors.

“We should expect to see more infrastructure development in Benin City as businesses secure spaces in the ongoing business park and Benin Mall. There are plans to establish industrial clusters in Edo Central and Edo North, and a new airport in Edo North.

The Chief Executive Officer of John Oyegun Public Service Academy (JOBSA), Ms. Imuwahen Ajoonu, assured that the state-of-the-art training academy, the first of its kind in Nigeria, will partner with renowned institutions and organizations to re-equip and strengthen skills. capabilities of its workforce.

Michael J. Chiaramonte