We Have Redefined Governance In Zamfara, Says Governor Lawal

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Governor Dauda Lawal emphasized that his administration has redefined the ways and operations of governance for the better in Zamfara State.

On Monday, the governor presided over the Zamfara Executive Council meeting held at the government house, Gusau.

A statement by the spokesperson of the Zamfara Governor, Sulaiman Bala Idris, disclosed that the governor, who is the chairman of the council, reminded members of the challenging task ahead in the administration’s rescue mission.

The statement added that the council deliberated on important issues immediately after Governor Dauda Lawal’s welcome remarks.

While addressing the council, Governor Dauda Lawal cautioned members to work as part of a team rather than individuals whose mandates are distinct.

“As we approach 28th May 2024, which will mark our first year in office, it is necessary to take stock of what we have done, how far we have delivered on our mandate to the people of the state, and what needs to be done to improve performance and delivery of the dividends of democracy as we promised during our electioneering campaigns.

“We must take stock to appreciate where we are and plan. We have done well by changing the narratives of what the government is and what a system should be. We are placing the interest of our people first, redefining the meaning of government by reforming and restructuring institutions and ways of doing business. It has not been easy, but we are making progress, even if steadily. We will continue to push through meaningful reforms that will make the government more efficient and meaningful to our electorate.

“The government will succeed more if everyone works as part of a team rather than individuals whose mandates are distinct from one another. I have said several times that you must all work in synergy and avoid a silos mentality. Teamwork is the word; anyone averse to it can not be part of our team.”



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