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Dr. Oluwatoyin Akinlade, Perm Secretary Interior Affairs Ministry and the Honourable Minister, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo during the press briefing

"The Ministry must be aligned and deliver on the renewed hope agenda of the President's policy thrust." Interior Affairs Minister

Nigeria's new Minister of Interior, Honourable Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, has charged Management staff and Heads of Agencies under the supervision of the Ministry to work hard and produce results.

The Minister who assumed duties on Monday, 21st August, warned that the performance must be best to produce results, adding that he would hold Directors and Heads of Agencies responsible.

He said the Ministry of Interior affects the lives of every Nigerian, therefore the ministry cannot afford to fail in its mandates, Nigerians must sleep with their two eyes closed.

The Minister stated this while meeting with Press Corps of the Ministry on Tuesday as part of events for his assumption of duty in the ministry, Abuja.

The Minister, in a statement issued and signed by Afonja Fatai Ajibola, Deputy Director Press and Public Relations Department of the Ministry, implored ministry's functionaries to brase up and roll their sleeves for work, he reiterated that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu warned that he would be responsible for any failure in his ministry, as such he warned the Directors and heads of agencies responsible for any failure from their subordinates. He urged that the Ministry must be aligned and deliver on the renewed hope agenda of the President's policy thrust.

Hon. Tunji-Ojo, urged the Press corps of the ministry to cooperate with him, as an important stakeholder in the delivery of the Ministry's mandates, which he assured the collaboration would be interactive in a friendly atmosphere.

The Permanent Secretary Dr. Oluwatoyin Akinlade welcomed the Minister and pledged absolute support and loyalty of the management and staff for him to succeed on his mandates.

However, Dr. Akinlade passionately implored Members of the Ministry's Press Corps for understanding in their coverage of the ministry's assignments for the common good of all.

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