The Accountant General and Permanent Secretary, State Treasury Office, Mr Muritala Abiodun Shefiu has assured all the Accountants in the Lagos State Public Service of his readiness to ensure that there would be just and fairness in his dealings while in office.
Muritala stated this today at Alausa when he received the Chairman and Members of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria ( ANAN), Ikeja Branch in his office.
He maintained that he is a father to all the Accountants, thereby assured that he will not relent in carrying all the Professional Accountancy Associations in the State along in discharging his duties.
” As a professional, I will ensure that there is training and retraining for every one for effective and efficient service delivery in your various Ministries Department and Agencies ( MDAs)” he stated.
Muritala however charged the members of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria ( ANAN) not to be found wanting and ensure that the State Government policies and initiatives were adequately adhere to and as well be proactive in discharging their duties.
He stressed further that they should not hesitate to intimate him if they have any challenges in their various Ministries Department and Agencies (MDAs) in the State.
Earlier in his address, the Chairman Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN), Ikeja Branch, Mr Bernard Akinnola, congratulates the Accountant General and the Permanent Secretary on his appointment and thereby pledges him of the Association’s loyalty and necessary support during his tenure in office.
He added that being a father to all the Professional Accountancy bodies in the State such as ANAN and ICAN, he should use his good office to ensure that there is continuous training and retraining for the Accountants as its been done among other professional bodies in Lagos State Public Service.
Akinnola however assured the Accountant General that ANAN shall continue to maintain its status which was known for in the area of integrity, probity and professionalism in all their deeds and shall not compromise ethics of the profession in discharging their duties.