HoS tasks IPMAN on workers training
The Ondo State Head of Service, Mr Dare Aragbaiye has called on the Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria (IPMAN) and other relevant organisations to support the state government on training and development of its civil service for efficiency.
Aragbaiye, who made the call while playing host to members of the executive of the Institute in his office in Akure, reiterated the administration’s commitment to reposition the state civil service for optimal performance of its statutory role.
He commended members of the Institute, particularly those in the state civil service for their contributions to the growth and development of the state and notable successes recorded by the administration.
Aragbaiye, a honourary member of the Institute assured them that the state government would continue to support their activities to achieve greater height.
Earlier, the Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute, Dr Akin Olufowose said the Institute is concerned with training and development of human resources at all levels of government.
Olufowose decried the long neglect of the development of human resources at the expense of material and infrastructure development, saying that the developed countries of the world were more concerned about the development of the human capacity that would harness the resources and manage the infrastructure of their countries.
He called on the state government to assist the Institute in its struggle to become Chartered for effective performance of its activities, pledging that the Institute would continue to support the state government in its developmental programmes.