Gov Diri Warns Bayelsa Commissioners of Strict Accountability, Urges Focus on Service

Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Douye Diri, has issued a stern warning to his commissioners, emphasizing that he will not hesitate to take strict action against any commissioner who fails to meet the expectations of his administration.
He called on the newly constituted cabinet to align with his vision of serving the people of Bayelsa State.
Governor Diri delivered this warning on Wednesday during the 130th session of the state executive council at Government House, Yenagoa. He highlighted the positive impact of his administration’s policies and programs on the state’s populace and stressed the importance of prioritizing service to the state.
Expressing satisfaction with the ongoing developmental projects, Diri pointed to the construction of the Nembe-Brass road, the completed Sagbama-Ekeremor road, and the establishment and equipping of science, technical, and vocational schools as key achievements. He expressed confidence in the new commissioners, chosen for their integrity and track records, to continue this progress.
“You have joined this executive council at a moment when so much is expected of us. You are our eyes and ears in the ministries,” Diri stated. “Any member of the state executive council that does not work in tandem with the policies and vision of this government, we will wield the big stick. You are all men of integrity, carefully chosen, and we believe you will perform well.”
He also urged the new cabinet members to work collaboratively to achieve the administration’s goals.
Diri thanked the people of Bayelsa for their support, noting, “We thank the people of Bayelsa for creating the enabling environment for this government to thrive. Policies and programmes cannot be achieved except the people accept them. We are encouraged because the people appreciate the work we are doing. We do not praise ourselves, but our work is speaking for us.”
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