Shape Up or Ship Out: Gov Diri warns commissioners

Governor Douye Diri has emphasized a strict performance-based approach for his administration’s newly constituted cabinet, underscoring the importance of delivering on the state’s developmental promises.

Speaking at the 130th Executive Council meeting at Government House, Yenagoa, Diri made it clear that he will hold commissioners accountable for their performance, highlighting that any lack of progress will be met with decisive action.

Governor Diri’s address was a blend of stern warning and motivational guidance. He reiterated his commitment to ensuring that his administration’s vision of service to the people remains the focal point of all governmental activities.

Diri urged the new cabinet members to align themselves with this vision, stressing that the state’s policies and programs are already yielding positive outcomes.

Citing specific projects, Governor Diri expressed satisfaction with the feedback from Bayelsans regarding the ongoing construction of the Nembe-Brass Road and the recently completed Sagbama-Ekeremor Road.

These projects, he noted, are clear indicators of his administration’s dedication to infrastructural development and improved connectivity within the state.

The governor’s message was twofold: a reminder of the high expectations placed on his cabinet and an acknowledgment of the progress made thus far.

By holding his commissioners to a standard of excellence and service, Diri aims to sustain and enhance the developmental trajectory of Bayelsa State.

Diri’s administration has been lauded for its proactive approach in tackling the state’s infrastructural challenges. The Nembe-Brass Road, in particular, is seen as a crucial development, expected to boost economic activities and facilitate easier movement within the state.

Similarly, the Sagbama-Ekeremor Road has been celebrated as a milestone achievement, enhancing connectivity and access to remote areas.

Governor Diri’s firm stance on performance is a clear indication of his commitment to transparency and accountability.

By fostering a culture of service and excellence, he aims to ensure that every member of his team contributes meaningfully to the state’s growth and development.

As Bayelsa State continues on its path of progress, the expectations placed on the new cabinet members are high. Governor Diri’s call to action is a reminder that with dedication and hard work, the vision for a prosperous Bayelsa is well within reach.

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