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  • Thursday, 25 July 2024
Minister of Transport and Aviation Signs Performance Contracts with Heads of Agencies

Minister of Transport and Aviation Signs Performance Contracts with Heads of Agencies

Sierra Leone’s Minister of Transport and Aviation, Fanday Turay Esq., has taken a significant step towards enhancing the nation's transportation sector by signing performance contracts with the heads of various agencies under his ministry's oversight. This event, held on June 4, 2024, marks a milestone in the ministry's commitment to operational excellence and improved service delivery within the transport sector.

 

Minister Turay emphasized that the signing of these performance contracts represents a collective commitment to enhancing the safety, reliability, and accessibility of Sierra Leone's transportation systems. He stated, "The contract signifies our collective determination to enhance the safety, reliability, and accessibility of our transportation systems. It sets forth our shared vision for innovation, sustainability, and customer satisfaction." This initiative aligns with the broader objectives of fostering innovation and ensuring customer satisfaction across all transportation services.

 

Furthermore, the Minister highlighted that this event reflects President Bio’s dedication to the principles of inclusiveness, accountability, and transparency. These principles are pivotal as the government and its agencies collaborate to shape the future of transportation in Sierra Leone. The performance contracts are designed to ensure that agency heads are held accountable for their performance, thereby promoting a culture of excellence and continuous improvement within the ministry.

 

In conclusion, the signing of these performance contracts is a crucial step in the ongoing efforts to improve Sierra Leone's transportation infrastructure. By focusing on key areas such as safety, reliability, and accessibility, the Ministry of Transport and Aviation aims to create a more efficient and customer-centric transportation system, which is essential for the country's economic growth and development.

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