Friday, 9 February 2018

LET COMPETENCE, CREDIBILITY, POLITICAL EXPERIENCE AND GRASS-ROOT SUPPORT, BE THE YARDSTICK FOR PICKING NEW COMMISSIONERS FOR PLATEAU. PUNDITS URGE GOV. LALONG


By: Valentine Adese,
 
Governor Simon Bako Lalong, of Plateau State has been urged to use, competence, credibility, political experience and grass-root support as a yardstick in picking new Commissioners for his cabinet.
 
GOV. LALONG
Speaking with Reality, most pundits in Plateau state have opined that the days of compensation of party men has come, gone and over and that Governor Lalong must put up the best standards in selecting and appointing Commissioners for Plateau State in order for him to achieve his vision and mission for the state.
They urged the Governor to set up standards that would assist him to do a better selection.

Furthermore, they urged the Governor to set up within his cabinet in the future few people that would drive his vision and to whom other aides should key into their programmes of activities.


 According to them not all the sacked Commissioners may have performed badly before they were removed from office. So, the Governor should know how to accommodate them.

These political watchers in part said:

“We commend the step the governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong recently took by sacking all his Commissioners.

“We also expect him to set a search light on his advisers also in order to root out those who have not been helpful but still engaging the state on his behalf.

“We advise that the Governor should not waste more time in bringing people that would man these offices, owing to political reason(s) and the season that we are.

“We however urged the Governor to set out standard criteria for future appointments since, the days of compensating party members have come, gone and over.

“We are of the view that the Governor should assess future appointments based on Competence, Credibility, Grass-root support and Political-experience of any nominated individual”.

No comments:

Post a Comment