Water Supply: Ogun Launches Scheme to Enhance Workers’ Skill

As part of strategies to improve water supply service delivery to customers and ensure adequate revenue generation, the Ogun State Water Corporation has launched a 100-day Performance and Accountability Focus (PAF) programme, for all the Area Business Managers (ABM), in Abeokuta, to equip them with the required skills to perform efficiently.

The General Manager of the Corporation, Engr. Oluseye Maku who dropped this hint during the launch of the programme, which witnessed signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) by the ABM, in Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta, said the essence was to improve the overall performance of the staffers, promote attitudinal change to work and assist in bringing out the ingenuity in them.

Maku stressed that the Corporation would also strengthen its technical and commercial operations, as well as build up the synergy between Abeokuta Water Business Areas and its Headquarters.

He admonished the managers to always prepare to face the task ahead in the discharge of their duties, saying right attitude, teamwork and diligence should be their watch word.

Responding, the Area Business Manager, Water Business Area, Oke-Ilewo, Engr. Babatunde Olumoko after signing the MoU, said the hope and aspiration to carry out the 100-day PAF mandate, for improved service delivery is achievable.

Olumoko assured that the team is determined to rake in a higher level of revenue within the stipulated time, calling for the support of the management for a successful completion of the programme.