Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya has announced that his administration would establish bureau of public service reforms in the state to foster efficiency and enhance quality and result-oriented services.
The governor stated this when he hosted a delegation from the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, led by its director-general, Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, at the Government House.
Governor Yahaya, who underscored the importance of reform in the overall growth and development of every human endeavour, said his administration has since keyed into the federal government’s reform programmes and such will be cascaded to the local government level.
To this end, the governor said an executive order has already been issued by his administration for the establishment of the bureau in the state and will be headed by a seasoned technocrat.
He said with the state currently battling with paucity of funds, it is imperative to initiate reforms that will entrench prudence, accountability and transparency in governance.
Yahaya assured his guest that his administration will partner BPSR to ensure the smooth take off of the bureau in the state.
The director-general of the bureau, Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, had earlier told the governor that his agency was established to facilitate the building of Nigeria’s public service into a highly functional, professional, customer focused and results oriented institution.