Honourable Yacoob Ekundayo Alebiosu has officially commenced his role as the Commissioner for the Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development.
This inauguration took place following a swearing-in ceremony presided over by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday.
In the wake of this significant event, Commissioner Alebiosu extended a warm reception to the management and staff of the Ministry.
A Promise of Positive Change
During this welcoming gathering, the Commissioner conveyed his commitment to ushering in a new era within the Ministry.
He assured all present of his dedication to building upon the foundation laid by his predecessor.
Commissioner Alebiosu’s primary objective is to enhance the working conditions and environment, ultimately contributing to the realization of the Ministry’s mission and goals.
He underlined the importance of the collaboration and support of every member of the staff in achieving these objectives.
A Call for Unity and Cooperation
The Commissioner made an earnest appeal for the collective backing of the Ministry’s workforce.
He emphasized that their cooperation is indispensable in striving towards the set targets and goals.
In his role, Commissioner Alebiosu recognizes that a united and harmonious team is fundamental to the successful execution of the Ministry’s responsibilities.
Positive Wishes and Cooperation Assured
In response to the Commissioner’s remarks, Mr. Kehinde Gbajumo, the Permanent Secretary, extended his congratulations on Commissioner Alebiosu’s new appointment.
He also offered his prayers for a fruitful and prosperous tenure. Mr. Gbajumo reiterated the commitment of the Ministry’s staff to work in synergy with the new Commissioner.
The collaboration and coordination of all members of staff are paramount to ensuring the seamless operation and functioning of the Ministry.
This statement highlights the formal commencement of Honourable Yacoob Ekundayo Alebiosu as the new Commissioner for the Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development.
It underscores his commitment to positive change and the continuity of his predecessor’s legacy.
Alebiosu’s call for unity and cooperation among staff members reflects the importance of a cohesive team in achieving the Ministry’s objectives.
The response from the Permanent Secretary demonstrates the Ministry’s readiness to work collaboratively with the new Commissioner to ensure a successful and productive tenure.