Prepare your Handover Notes, Bayelsa Governor Diri Tells Cabinet Members

Prepare your Handover Notes, Bayelsa Governor Diri Tells Cabinet Members 

Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, has directed members of the state executive council to begin to prepare their handover notes as his first term in office winds down.

Prepare your Handover Notes, Bayelsa Governor Diri Tells Cabinet Members

Governor Diri, who will be sworn-in for another term on February 14, gave the directive on Wednesday during the 126th state executive council meeting inside the Executive Council Chambers in Government House, Yenagoa.

A statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Daniel Alabrah, quoted the governor as asking them to dot the i’s and cross the t’s in their handover notes in order to achieve a smooth transition to his second term.

The governor commended his cabinet members for adding value to the state through their performance and thanked them for the selfless service they rendered in the last four years.

He noted that the achievements recorded by his administration in its first term was collective and was not an exclusive preserve of himself or his deputy.

The state’s helmsman urged them to continue to contribute their best till the end of the term.

Exco members that served meritoriously.

He, however, said he would propose an amendment to the policy to ensure that only those who served the state without blemish would be honoured.

Diri described the late Finance Commissioner as a dedicated man, who gave his all to the service of the state and that he will be greatly missed. 

He said even out of office, Ogullah remained committed to service to the state as he was very supportive of his administration until his last days. 

He also stated that Ogullah formed an organisation to galvanise support for his re-election and expressed gratitude to the departed commissioner for his abiding loyalty and support. 

The governor urged members of his family to be comforted by his footprints in the development of the state, which he said will remain indelible.


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