FCT Directors ,others in emergency meeting to improve services



bala fctThe FCT Permanent Secretary, Engr. John O. Chukwu has called for continued synergy amongst all the Directors of FCT Administration in order to improve service delivery to the residents of the Federal Capital Territory.
The Permanent Secretary made this call on Wednesday during an emergency meeting with all the Directors and some Deputy Directors/Assistant Directors of the FCT Administration at the FCDA Board Room, Central Business District, Abuja to re-strategize on ways to improve service delivery.
Engr. Chukwu stressed that the emergency meeting was initiated and convened to re-engineer, re-strategize and re-generate new ideas to strengthen service delivery; adding that Public Service anywhere around the globe, is the engine of implementing the policies and programmes of the government.
He insisted that services in the FCT Administration must be improved, and new and practical ways of improving them must be imbibed for the common good of all the residents of the Federal Capital Territory.
The Permanent Secretary warned that all the Directors must work as one entity to foster the vision of the FCT Minister, Senator Bala Mohammed CON, which is in tandem with the aspirations of the Transformation Agenda of President Goodluck Jonathan .
Engr. Chukwu also called for a change of altitude; saying that the departments must always collaborate by sharing ideas and information in all areas as it affects city management.
He directed that henceforth, any director who sees anything that concerns another department, he/she should immediately alert the schedule director for immediate action; noting that whatever affects a particular department or Agency in the FCTA, naturally affects all.
His words: “The FCT Administration’s Public Service must be conscious and remain focused to serve its statutory role of being the engine of positive change by thinking outside the box and embracing new innovations to improve the quality of services we render to the people having in mind that Abuja remains the window in which the World sees Nigeria”.
The Permanent Secretary specifically urged the Departments in Social Development Secretariat as well as the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) to find ways of pro-actively tackling the menace of street hawking, street begging and commercial sex workers.
Engr. Chukwu averred that “no department or Agency can do its job alone without the support and cooperation of others and therefore, there is the need to strengthen this collaboration today”.
According to him, today’s innovative meeting was an emergency one and will henceforth be held every last Wednesday of the month to share experiences and expertise in order to take the FCT Administration and indeed Abuja to the next level.

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