NASC SCRIBE CALLS ON TRAINING INSTITUTIONS TO BRACE Up.

National President of the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD), Mrs Ayoade Abike Igbeyi presenting a souvenir to the Secretary to the National Assembly Service Commission, Mr. Ikharo Lucky U in his office recently.

NASC SCRIBE CALLS ON TRAINING INSTITUTIONS TO BRACE Up.

the Secretary to the National Assembly Service Commission, Mr Ikharo Lucky U. has called on training institutes in the country to brace up to the huge task of human capital development if the country desires to progress.

Mr Ikharo believes that natural resources were no more the major determinants of the wealth of nations in an age of innovation.

He contended that research, development and innovation are now taking over as the major income earners for the modern world.

According to him, training institutes have a great role in awakening in the youth the spirit of creativity, innovativeness and invention.

“NITAD and other training institutions in the country should wake up to the onerous responsibility of awakening the spirit of creativity and innovation in the country.

National President of the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD), Mrs Ayoade Abike Igbeyi presenting a souvenir to the Secretary to the National Assembly Service Commission, Mr. Ikharo Lucky U in his office recently.
National President of the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD), Mrs Ayoade Abike Igbeyi presenting a souvenir to the Secretary to the National Assembly Service Commission, Mr. Ikharo Lucky U in his office recently.

This is the way to go
Come up with activities and programmes that will help Nigerians able to compete in the present world where innovation and creativity are becoming the emerging creator of wealth of the nations,” he told his visitors.

The NITAD national president had led a delegation of the Institute on a courtesy visit to the NASC Secretary to intimate him on its forthcoming national conference billed to hold this month in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

She also formally felicitated with Mr Ikharo who recently bagged the fellowship of the institute.

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