From Tongnaan Bawa, Jos
Plateau State Deputy Governor, Josephine Piyo has charged all political appointees to deliver effective service to the people of Plateau state in line with the mission and vision of Gov. Caleb Mutfwang.
Piyo disclosed this while representing the Governor at the closing ceremony of the retreat and on-boarding of political appointees in Jos on Friday.
She stated that by moving in tune with governor Mutfwang’s developmental agenda, policy, goals, objectives and key priorities, the appointees would make the administration deliver its campaign promises to the people.
The Deputy Governor in a statement signed by her chief press secretary, Martha Nyam, admonished the officials to see their appointment as an act of service to God and humanity, charging them to put in hard work and dedication in the discharge of their duties.
She explained that the retreat and onboarding activities has imparted effective leadership qualities, ethical principles and transparency on the participants and as such should meet expectations.
She however charged the appointees on the importance of engaging stakeholders, ensure effective communication, public relations techniques and build partnerships for inclusive development in the state.