The presidency warns Government officials against betrayal of trust.
So, Permanent Secretary of the State House, Tijjani Umar gave the warning at the inauguration of the State House
Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit on Thursday, August 2021.
However, Quote from Umar by the State House Deputy Director (Information), Abiodun Oladunjoye, says
that the presidency will not hesitate to make an example of staff who breach trust.
He also said;
“We expect that the ACTU State House team that is being inaugurated today will not betray our trust and confidence,
otherwise, we shall be compelled to make an example of you in the event of any erring behavior.
I think that’s where we start from today.
“On our part, the management will lead by example; We are making this commitment today and hold ourselves to high
standards of behavior so that ACTU doesn’t have to worry itself about looking at the side of management.”
Congratulations go from Umar to the members of the Unit saying they chose them out of the staff of the State House
specifically because of their integrity and their effort in service delivery.
“The subject of good governance is straightforward and it’s all about playing the game by the rules. For me,
that’s the bottom line. He said there are rules that govern Government activities and at the entry point,
every one of them around that table has the basic training.
“That includes understanding the Public Service Rules, as well as the Financial Regulations, and every one of us
ought to, and is expected to apply the rules and be guided by them in all our transactions.”
By Taiyelolu A