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Rep. Halims Pays Last Respect To The Late Arch. Gabriel Aduku

Rep. Halims Pays Last Respect To The Late Arch. Gabriel Aduku

Describes His Death As A Collosal Loss To Igala Land

By A.M. Nasir

The Deputy Majority Leader of the House of Representatives and Member Representing Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro Federal Constituency of Kogi State, Rt. Hon. Abdullahi Ibrahim Halims has described the death of the former minister of State for Health, Arc. Gabriel Aduku as a Collosal Loss to Igala Land.

The Federal Lawmaker made the disclosure while paying his last respect to the deceased at his Anyigba country home, shortly after his interment yesterday.

While condoling with the wife and families left behind, Rep. Halims urged the bereaved to have solace in the fact that the late elder statesman lived and died as a fulfilled man in both his professional career and services to the nation.

Rep. Halims refreshed with grief, the antecedents of the late octogenarian noting that his sterling endeavours in Nigeria's early architectural guild forms part of the leading legacies of the noble profession in Nigeria.

The deceased, late Arc. Gabriel Yakubu Aduku until his death was one of Nigeria's finest architects with so many applaudable designs to his credit, he was a minister of state for health under the President Olusegun Obasanjo and the immediate past chairman of Arewa Consultative Forum.
Describes His Death As A Collosal Loss To Igala Land

By A.M. Nasir

The Deputy Majority Leader of the House of Representatives and Member Representing Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro Federal Constituency of Kogi State, Rt. Hon. Abdullahi Ibrahim Halims has described the death of the former minister of State for Health, Arc. Gabriel Aduku as a Collosal Loss to Igala Land.

The Federal Lawmaker made the disclosure while paying his last respect to the deceased at his Anyigba country home, shortly after his interment yesterday.

While condoling with the wife and families left behind, Rep. Halims urged the bereaved to have solace in the fact that the late elder statesman lived and died as a fulfilled man in both his professional career and services to the nation.

Rep. Halims refreshed with grief, the antecedents of the late octogenarian noting that his sterling endeavours in Nigeria's early architectural guild forms part of the leading legacies of the noble profession in Nigeria.

The deceased, late Arc. Gabriel Yakubu Aduku until his death was one of Nigeria's finest architects with so many applaudable designs to his credit, he was a minister of state for health under the President Olusegun Obasanjo and the immediate past chairman of Arewa Consultative Forum.

Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) Visits The Director General, NPC

Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) Visits The Director General, NPC

The Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) paid a courtesy visit to the Director General of the National Productivity Centre, Dr Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, on Wednesday, 17th April 2024. The meeting was held as part of the preparations for the upcoming World Veterinary Day (VAD) 2024, an annual event that celebrates the dedication and hard work of veterinarians in safeguarding animal welfare.

During the visit, the NVMA members expressed their appreciation for the Director General's steadfast support of the Association and his significant contributions to the veterinary profession. They commended Dr Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha for his role as a key figure in advancing the noble profession of veterinary medicine.

The discussion centered around this year's World Veterinary Day, scheduled to be observed on April 27th, 2024, under the theme "Veterinarians are Essential Health Workers." The group deliberated on the significance of this theme in highlighting the crucial role that veterinarians play in ensuring the health and well-being of both animals and humans.

In his address to the delegation, the Director General shared insights on productivity and its relevance to the economy, emphasizing the importance of efficiency and effectiveness in delivering services.

Among the attendees were Professor Enem Simon Ikechukwu, Chairman of the World Veterinary Day (WVD) / VAD Committee, and Dr Chinna Joe Iniobe, Chairperson of the NVMA Abuja chapter, alongside other distinguished members of the association.
The Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) paid a courtesy visit to the Director General of the National Productivity Centre, Dr Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, on Wednesday, 17th April 2024. The meeting was held as part of the preparations for the upcoming World Veterinary Day (VAD) 2024, an annual event that celebrates the dedication and hard work of veterinarians in safeguarding animal welfare.

During the visit, the NVMA members expressed their appreciation for the Director General's steadfast support of the Association and his significant contributions to the veterinary profession. They commended Dr Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha for his role as a key figure in advancing the noble profession of veterinary medicine.

The discussion centered around this year's World Veterinary Day, scheduled to be observed on April 27th, 2024, under the theme "Veterinarians are Essential Health Workers." The group deliberated on the significance of this theme in highlighting the crucial role that veterinarians play in ensuring the health and well-being of both animals and humans.

In his address to the delegation, the Director General shared insights on productivity and its relevance to the economy, emphasizing the importance of efficiency and effectiveness in delivering services.

Among the attendees were Professor Enem Simon Ikechukwu, Chairman of the World Veterinary Day (WVD) / VAD Committee, and Dr Chinna Joe Iniobe, Chairperson of the NVMA Abuja chapter, alongside other distinguished members of the association.

National Productivity Centre (NPC) Forges Strategic Partnership With Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA)

National Productivity Centre (NPC) Forges Strategic Partnership With Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA)

To Drive Business Growth in the FCT

In a move aimed at fostering entrepreneurship development and enhancing the capabilities of entrepreneurs in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), the National Productivity Centre (NPC) has officially entered into a collaborative Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA). The milestone agreement was signed on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at a ceremony held in the Conference Room of the National Productivity Centre.

In his address during the signing ceremony, Dr. Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, the Director-General of the National Productivity Centre, emphasized the significance of the partnership  and pointed out SME's skill gap as a major challenge of the sector. He highlighted the pivotal role of SMEs in driving economic progress and affirmed the collaboration as a stepping stone towards achieving the national development objectives encapsulated in the Renewed Hope Agenda championed by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's administration.

The agreement extends beyond entrepreneurship development and capacity building, as both organizations identified additional areas of synergy, encompassing data gathering initiatives, specialized training programs, and targeted youth engagement projects.

The MOU was formally sealed by Dr. Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, Director-General of the National Productivity Centre, and Mr. Chudi Ugwuata Ezirigwe, Acting Managing Director/CEO of Abuja Enterprise Agency, representing their respective institutions, in the presence of senior officials and managerial representatives from both organizations.

The collaboration between the NPC and AEA signals a united front in advancing sustainable business practices, fostering innovation, and nurturing a conducive environment for entrepreneurship to flourish in the FCT.
To Drive Business Growth in the FCT

In a move aimed at fostering entrepreneurship development and enhancing the capabilities of entrepreneurs in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), the National Productivity Centre (NPC) has officially entered into a collaborative Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Abuja Enterprise Agency (AEA). The milestone agreement was signed on Thursday, April 18, 2024, at a ceremony held in the Conference Room of the National Productivity Centre.

In his address during the signing ceremony, Dr. Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, the Director-General of the National Productivity Centre, emphasized the significance of the partnership  and pointed out SME's skill gap as a major challenge of the sector. He highlighted the pivotal role of SMEs in driving economic progress and affirmed the collaboration as a stepping stone towards achieving the national development objectives encapsulated in the Renewed Hope Agenda championed by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's administration.

The agreement extends beyond entrepreneurship development and capacity building, as both organizations identified additional areas of synergy, encompassing data gathering initiatives, specialized training programs, and targeted youth engagement projects.

The MOU was formally sealed by Dr. Nasir Olaitan Raji-Mustapha, Director-General of the National Productivity Centre, and Mr. Chudi Ugwuata Ezirigwe, Acting Managing Director/CEO of Abuja Enterprise Agency, representing their respective institutions, in the presence of senior officials and managerial representatives from both organizations.

The collaboration between the NPC and AEA signals a united front in advancing sustainable business practices, fostering innovation, and nurturing a conducive environment for entrepreneurship to flourish in the FCT.

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