The government also said that the security outfit would be a combination of the local vigilante organisations and the Community Policing network. Cleaning Services In Ikeja
Fielding questions from Government House Correspondents shortly after the Imo State Executive Council Meeting held at the Douglas House Owerri, on Wednesday, the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba said Imo Government has approved the takeoff of 50 development centres across the State, in order to bring the Government closer to the people.
The Commissioner also disclosed that Government has also concluded plans to reconstitute Development Centres, adding that they will soon kick off.
According to the Commissioner, the number of Development Centres will be increased from 44 to 50, stressing that Town Union Presidents will be members of Development Centres where the community falls into.
Emelumba explained that the involvement of Town Union Presidents is to bring Government closer to the people.
Nigeria Set For 190 Business Community League Target – Nguroje
Nguroje, a former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, said this Saturday in Abuja.
He commended President Muhammadu Buhari and the Trade and Investment Minister, Otunba Adeniyi Adebayo, for taking deliberate steps towards having Nigeria in the league.
NaijaOnPoint on Sunday reports that the president, alongside 10 cabinet ministers and chief executives of government agencies and parastatals, attended a business exhibition in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the weekend with the theme: “Expo 2020”, which was postponed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NIPC board chairman said the Expo had afforded and unveiled investment opportunities for Nigerian investors with specific project profiles and investment opportunities to a single location with an attracting long-term investment into critical sectors.
Customs CG Tasks Officers On Commitment
He made the call at the weekend when the Nigeria Customs and Staff College, Gwagwalada, Abuja, held a combined graduation ceremony for Senior Course 5 and Junior Course 11.
NaijaOnPoint on Sunday reports that the crux of the programme included academic, physical and mental training in which a total of 78 students graduated. Out of the number, 38 graduated in Senior Course 5, while 40 finished in Junior Course 11.
Col Ali urged the graduating students to demonstrate the skills they had been equipped with in various areas of their responsibilities with a view to discharging their duties meritoriously for national development.
He expressed delight that the training programme had improved significantly with an assurance that it would go a long way in achieving its objectives of increased skills development and service.
Ali also disclosed that the service was poised to introduce e-customs soon as an innovative tool for the service to perform its duties more efficiently.