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FCTA to get nine Permanent Secretaries soon – Wike

The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, says all is set for the appointment of nine Permanent Secretaries for the nine Secretariats of the FCT  Administration.

He disclosed this in Abuja on Monday when he spoke with newsmen after inspecting some road projects in the FCT.

Wike explained that the development was in line with provisions of the FCT Civil Service Commission Act, 2018, which President Bola Tinubu had approved its implementation.

He said the President’s decision was in fulfilment of his “Renewed Hope Agenda.”

The minister said the most senior directors in the FCTA would be appointed as permanent secretaries for the secretariats, namely: Agriculture and Rural Development, Transport, and Economic Planning, Revenue Generation and Public Private Partnership.

Others are Education, Social Development, Legal Services, Area Council, Health and Environment, and Women Affairs Secretariat.

He said that he had met with all the senior directors in the FCTA to inform them of the development and tasked them on dedication to duty.

Wike said: “President Tinubu in his wisdom and Renewed Hope Agenda, insisted that the 2018 Act must be implemented, which has given  the FCT a Civil Service Commission.

“By this, the FCTA will have its own Head of Service, and then of course it will have permanent secretaries for the nine secretariats.

“But again, that means that we will require a lot of commitments from them.”

Wike expressed displeasure on the delays in moving files and warned the directors against any delay that would sabotage the administration’s  efforts.

He added: “So, it is better to let them know that if the President has done this for you, you should also be able to reciprocate by committing yourself to work harder.

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“We have told them that no file will stay in a director’s office for more than three to four days, so that the work can move on, and they have agreed to that.”

The Minister also said he had approved the promotion of about 8,000 workers, adding that the beneficiaries should pay back by putting in more effort and commitment to their jobs.

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