Henceforth, those wishing to obtain any service from the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Technological Development (MINMIDT) will not need to worry on how to go about it. The User's Guide of MINMIDT was officially handed over to the Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, Ernest Gbwaboubou by the Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reforms (MINFOPRA), Michel Ange Angouing.
The 186-page document contains information on all the services offered by MINMIDT, the conditions necessary for any services offered by the ministry, the legal provisions necessary to provide any services supervised by MINMIDT, documents needed and how to go about obtaining such documents or services.
"It is an important instrument for good governance, so that transparency is instilled in the functioning of public services", Ernest Gbwaboubou explained. MINFOPRA boss, Michel Ange Angouing said the User's Guide gives the public directives on how to constitute a file, which channel to follow in depositing any document, for it is the public's right to obtain good services at any public administration.