Subsidy: Kefas to Trim Agencies, Reduce Cost of Governance – SA Media and Digital Communications by admin | Aug 23, 2023 | General, Interesting Articles | 0 comments ‹ Previous Gov. Agbu Kefas Meets Former Benue State Governor and Delegation Next › Taraba Trains Commissioners, Perm Secs for Effective Procurement Practice Related Posts Eld-El-Kabir Celebration: Hon. David Abel Fuah Felicitates With Muslim Ummah Gov. Ishaku Sympathizes With Families Affected by Rainstorm in Jalingo Court Disqualifies Taraba APC Governorship Candidate One year Anniversary of DDI and Democracy As states device means to cut down on cost of governance, Governor Agbu Kefas has moved to trim the number of agencies, harmonize functions, while making them more viable. Already a committee headed by former Secretary to the State Government Chief Obadiah Ando has been mandated to look at how to trim departments and agencies to reduce repetition of duties and unnecessary expenditure. The effort will also reduce confusion of duties and clashes among state actors as far as roles are concerned. Constituting the body that will be coordinated by the office of the Chief of Staff, Dr. Jeji Williams, Mni, Dr Agbu Kefas asked them to find ways to make MDA’s more responsive to new realities. Proliferation of functions can cripple efficiency, he noted. Some of the agencies would be merged, while new ones may be created. Relatedly, Gov Kefas is committed to plugging leakages in the system and ensuring that scarce resources are prudently used to better the lives of the state citizenry. The governor has continue to emphasize reticence and transparency in all government dealings to stave off extravagance in expenditures. Share this:TweetEmail Related Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.