The Chief of Staff to the President, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, has urged public officeholders to emulate President Muhammadu Buhari on the provision of infrastructure and enhancing the capacity of the civil service on service delivery.
Gambari stated this when he inaugurated the 54-seater State House Multi-Purpose Training Centre – fitted with state-of-the-art multimedia equipment, renovated ward and three new ambulances at the State House Clinic, on Thursday, in Abuja.
The new ward is housing the Medical Out-Patient Department (MOPD), dialysis unit and HIV/AIDS unit, among others, at the State House clinic.
He extolled the president’s style of leadership, saying the president will be remembered for leaving a legacy of leadership by example and excellence.
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According to the Chief of Staff, President Buhari is determined to leave Nigeria better than he met it.
”If everybody does their best to improve on what they find, by the time President Buhari leaves office at the end of his administration, he will leave facilities much better than he found it,”
While commending the significant improvements at the Clinic, Gambari noted that the renovated ward would improve the quality of service to staff members and other beneficiaries of the medical centre.
He also applauded President Buhari for enhancing the capacity of State House staff and all agencies of government to deliver to the best of their abilities.
At the multi-purpose training centre, Gambari affirmed that the Buhari administration was committed to promoting excellence in public service, driven by ICT development.
He added that directors in the Federal civil service aspiring for the position of Permanent Secretary must pass an ICT proficiency test. (NAN)