Niger State Civil Service Professional Training Institute Plan Reaches Advance Stage – Gov. Abubakar Bello

Niger State Government is to boost the capacity of its civil service being the engine room of the government with the establishment of the Civil Service Professional Training Institute.

Governor Abubakar Sani Bello made this known when he received the report of the committee of Niger State Civil Service Professional Training Institute and for the Tenure of the Position of Permanent Secretaries at the Government House, Minna.

Governor Sani Bello said that haven noticed the dwindling capacity level of the civil servants necessitated the inauguration of the committee last year with the sole aim of rebuilding a solid and robust civil service.

He said that the level of training and experience of civil servants has degenerated, as such government needs to support the civil servants across all cadre so that they will be proud of the system.

The Governor assured that an implementation committee will be set-up to review and visit other issues that were omitted so that the implementation takes effect immediately.

While commending the committee, the Governor told them that their expertise and wealth of experience will be required and called upon during the implementation exercise, adding that the delay of the report submission resulted due to many factors which included the COVID-19 pandemic.

He added that the organograms of organizations must be made to adapt to the present times so that the civil servants will be versatile.

While presenting the report on behalf of the 10-man committee, Alh Abdulkhadir Gudugi a former head of service in the state said that the simplified their report for easy comprehension and implementation.

He underscored the importance of training as well as skills acquisition towards achieving an assigned job.

The chairman expressed gratitude to the governor for trusting them on advisory service, adding that if this comes to fruition it would be a legacy for the Governor and the state.

The report was submitted in three volumes; summary, full report and, annexes.

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