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Anambra  partners ITF in staff training

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By Blessing Nnabuife

ANAMBRA State Deputy Governor, Onyekachukwu Ibezim has underscored the importance of training in improving productivity of workers .

  Dr. Ibezim stated this when the Anambra State Government, in collaboration with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), Awka Area Office, organised a two-day capacity building and training of staff working under the office of the deputy governor.

  According to him, the training is  aimed at equipping the staff with necessary knowledge that will enable the achievement of the Professor Charles  Soludo-led administration for the state.

  Dr Ibezim urged participants to see the training as an opportunity to key into being  productive and the need to add great value to the input of the state and  promised that the present administration will partner ITF in training more civil servants in the state to help them meet up with demands and plans of the government.

  ITF Manager, Awka, Ndidiamaka Ekong, in her address, described training as an  exercise that increases efficiency, reduces waste, enhances productivity and helps in actualisation of organizational goals.

  She said the mandate of ITF is to assist both public and private sectors of Nigerian economy by providing need-based scheduled technical, vocational, safety, leadership and management training interventions.

  Mrs Ekong  expressed the readiness of the ITF in partnering Anambra State Government in organising training for workers in the state.

  Anambra State Head of Service, Theodora Igwegbe, represented by the Director, Public Service Office, Office of the Head of Service, Adebayo Ojoyinka, commended Governor Soludo for showing interest in the welfare of civil servants in the state, expressing hope that the workers have bright future under the administration.

  She assured that they will contribute their quota in the transformation agenda of the government.

  The event had in attendance the Permanent Secretary, Office of the Deputy Governor, Lady Ifeyinwa Uzoka, among others.

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