Abiodun swears in Onasanya as 20th Ogun HoS

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Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has sworn-in the 20th Head of Service (HoS) in the state Civil Service, Mr. Kehinde Onasanya, with a charge to raise the standard of the state public service.

Governor Abiodun gave the charge during the swearing-in of the new HoS, at the Executive Chambers of the Governor’s Office, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, urging him to tread the path of excellence his predecessors were known for, as the bearer of the legacy bequeathed by the forebears of the Public Service.

He noted that the appointment of Kehinde Onasanya was a call to greater service, pointing out that the Office is a critical position that oversees the operation of the Civil Service, in fostering the culture of efficiency, transparency and accountability.

The Governor, who reminded the new HoS that the state has a legacy of excellence which must be jealously protected, admonished him to tread the path of success as depicted by the proud pioneers and forebears of the public service of the state and lead with high standards of integrity, as well as professionalism for the Civil Service to follow.

The state helmsman promised that his administration would continue to fulfil all its promises to the public service, ensure formulation and implementation of policies, as well as provision of adequate working tools for the public service, emphasising commitment not only to the service but also to the broader development of humanity.

While appreciating the Governor for being a man of equity and fairness, Mr. Onasanya, assured that he would continue to ensure discipline, improve the ethical standard of the service and work in tandem with the state government’s agenda for increased Internally Generated Revenue.

He solicited the cooperation of Civil Servants, to take the state to a greater pedestal, calling on them to embrace the Ogun State Health Insurance Scheme, in order to access qualitative healthcare services.

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