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hat Fashola said after he resumed office as Minister of Power, Works and Housing yesterday (photos)

 
New minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola resumed office yesterday. 
On resumption, he told staff of the Ministry of Power that Nigerians had waited long enough to get power, hence, the federal government had no choice than to deliver.

Speaking when he assumed office yesterday, he said Nigerians were anxiously waiting for results.
He said his thoughts were on how to bring together processes and activities of all the ministries under his supervision for effective service delivery.
 
 
 

Fashola assured the Ministry's leadership of his willingness to learn from them, describing them as "career people" who had been on the job for a long time.

"We want information on what has been done, what remained to be done, and what are the future plans, we want to continue from there," he said.

He said he was also interested on how best to harness the available human resource and the physical assets in the ministry.
According to him, the information he seeks will assist as the administration hits the ground running, and that "we need to do more so as to regain lost time.

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hat Fashola said after he resumed office as Minister of Power, Works and Housing yesterday (photos)

 
New minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola resumed office yesterday. 
On resumption, he told staff of the Ministry of Power that Nigerians had waited long enough to get power, hence, the federal government had no choice than to deliver.

Speaking when he assumed office yesterday, he said Nigerians were anxiously waiting for results.
He said his thoughts were on how to bring together processes and activities of all the ministries under his supervision for effective service delivery.
 
 
 

Fashola assured the Ministry's leadership of his willingness to learn from them, describing them as "career people" who had been on the job for a long time.

"We want information on what has been done, what remained to be done, and what are the future plans, we want to continue from there," he said.

He said he was also interested on how best to harness the available human resource and the physical assets in the ministry.
According to him, the information he seeks will assist as the administration hits the ground running, and that "we need to do more so as to regain lost time.
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