Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, SAN, has sworn in the new Solicitor General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, Mr Akindele Adetuyi, and Tutor General, Alhaji Kazeem Aminu.
The swearing-in ceremony was held today, at the Cocoa Conference Hall of the governor’s office in Akure.
Speaking at the ceremony, the governor restated his government’s committment to ensuring that right restructuring are done in the public service in order to make it more productive and effective.
Akeredolu also stated that the restructuring plans does not portend any form of retrenchment, stressing that his administration will not condone any conduct of laziness and corruption from civil servants.
Furthermore, the state’s helmsman described the elevation of the two public servants as appropriate and purely based on merit and hierarchy.
He also admonished the new appointees to continually give their all to the system and offer exemplary leadership in their respective offices.
Speaking earlier at the ceremony, the state Head of Service, Barr. Toyin Akinkuotu promised the governor that the public service will always be alive to it’s duties as the operator of government policies and programmes.
Responding to the kind gesture given to them by the governor, the newly elevated public servants appreciated the governor for the elevation promising to give more to the service of the state.