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Published On: Fri, Jul 19th, 2019

South-South SSGs urge policy harmonization for effective governance

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By Nosa Akenzua, Asaba

The South South Secretaries to the State Governments ( SSGs) have called for policy harmonization for effective framework in governance At a meeting held in Asaba on Tuesday, the state governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa, represented by the Secretary to the State Government ( SSG) ,Barr Chiedu Ebie said that the meeting among others, was to promote shared understanding of the need for coordinated policy development and implementation as well as foster a shared understanding of the role of cabinet office in the process.

“The objectives are laudable as they connect with the aspirations of every purposeful government because the ultimate aim of governance is to impact positively on citizens and I am therefore confident that this Platform would serve in enhancing sub- regional collaboration and coordination in policy making implementation and general service delivery of government programme”, he said Okowa said that as part of the state’s vision of a stronger Delta, the state government places high premium on human capital development, disclosing that the staff of the state public service are sent on regular training programmes to enable them interact, broaden their knowledge on the job and discuss best practices in modern world.” In the same vein, the Secretary to Federal Government (SGF) Boss

Mustapha represented by Dr (Mrs) Magdalen Ajani stressed that the strategic role of cabinet affairs offices in supporting effective delivery of government policies, programmes and projects could be

undermined , adding that” it has become expedient to deepen collaboration between the federal and state cabinet offices with a view to fostering a synergy and facilitating the delivery of development objectives at all levels.”

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