MISAMIS Oriental Governor Yevgeny Emano on Tuesday, May 15, said he is considering reshuffling the capitol's chiefs of offices to improve public service in the province.
Emano said his plan to reorganize the leadership of the different departments is not about personal reasons but to give an equal opportunity to other employees who can bring improvements and development to better serve the people.
The capitol's top official explained that the present chiefs of offices have done their job. However, he wants to dare what they can further do to effectively deliver their respective responsibilities.
"Walay sayop nga ilang nahimo gusto lang nako makita ang improvement. Nakulangan lang ko sa ilang gibuhat (They did not do anything wrong, I just want to see the improvement. I’m not satisfied with their work)," Emano said.
Emano said he have seen some department heads stagnant, non-performing and are more on “lip service” while he has noticed assistant chiefs who are burning with passion and have taken the extra mile in the performance of their duties.
He said the reorganization would determine who are fit and effective for the various positions.
Emano has been described by capitol workers as a leader who is results-oriented.
"At least matagaan og chance kadtong mga fit ug epektibo sa katungdanan ug willing modawat sa challenge. Kadtong kursonada pa ug dunay drive to serve dili lang sa istorya (At least those who are fit and effective in their work will be given a chance. Those who are dedicated and have a drive to serve)," Emano said.
"Ang pangulo sa departamento nga wala mobuhat sa angay buhaton angay nga hulipan kay basin kanang mohulip mas maka-perform ug makadeliver (The department head who did not do his work deserves to be replaced. Perhaps his replacement will be a person who can perform and deliver)," he added.
Emano said he wants to see department heads who lead by example and whom he can call action men and women of the capitol.
"I may or may not succeed but I have to take the risk and reorganize. Gatimbang-timbangon ko pa kay naay proseso busa gatun-an ko pa. Ang tuyo is dili (I’m still looking into it since there is a process that I have to go through. This is not) personal, it is something that I have to do to improve the services," Emano said.