95% MINISTERIAL MANDATE ACHIEVED- DINGYADI
The outgoing Minister of Police Affairs Dr. Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi has pointed out that 95% of the Ministerial mandate assigned to the Ministry by Mr. President was achieved during his tenure.
He stated this during the handing over ceremony to the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan at the Minister’s conference room, Headquarters of the Ministry of Police Affairs, Federal Secretariat, Abuja.
The Minister thanked the management for their cooperation and support that enable the Ministry to meet the Key Performance Index (KPI) assigned to the Ministry by President Muhammad Buhari.
In his words, “We would have not achieved what we have done so far in the Ministry without your support. What I have been able to do in this Ministry was made possible because of your hard work, commitment, and dedication to duty to actualize the Ministerial mandate given to us by Mr. President. You are all aware that we have made about 95% of our Ministry mandate”.
He added that the collective support of the management and staff had made it possible to provide efficient service delivery to the police ecosystem noting that the memos the Permanent Secretary sent to his office were clean, clear, and perfect based on his adherence to rules and regulations.
According to him, “I think we would have done very well as the police needed our attention but due to poor budgetary allocation, we could not address some issues”.
Dingyadi thanked President Muhammad Buhari for the Special Intervention that enable the Ministry to provide guidance and environment for the ongoing reforms of the police in the areas of providing equipment, rehabilitation of barracks and stations; improving the welfare Police Trust Fund and facilitation of executive bill on the legal framework for the police training institutions in the country.
During the presentation of the 18-seater Toyota bus to the staff, the Joint Chairman of the unions, Comrade Archibong Okon thanked the honourable Minister for the parting gesture of staff bus to increase the number of buses to three in the pool of the Ministry since his assumption of duty in the Ministry.
Earlier, the Management of the Ministry led by the Permanent Secretary, Mr. Abel Olumuyiwa Enitan appreciated the outgoing Minister for his fatherly role and direction he has given to the management and staff in the actualization of the mandate of the Ministry and the pool of experiences he brought to the system.
He posited that Honourable Minister reads every memo sent to his office with keen interest and his penchant for efficiency and effective service delivery had put the management on their toes to produce quality memos and support to the Minister as he provided quality leadership of human and materials in the police ecosystem.
Bolaji Oladimeji Kazeem
Head (Press and Public Relations Unit)
May 27, 2023