Bayelsa Deputy Governor lauds NIM for recognizing hard work.

Deputy Governor of Bayelsa State, Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjako has applauded Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered) (NIM) Yenagoa Chapter for  honouring and rewarding hard work as well as selfless service of people who have distinguished themselves.

The Deputy Governor, represented by Commissioner for Culture and Tourism Development, Dr. Iti Orugbani during an annual lecture/dinner organized by the Institute, said recognizing human resource managers for their role in various facet of life will spur them to do more.

Chairman South-South Zone, Nigerian Institute of Management, Professor Emmanuel  Umana who scored the state high in terms of co-ordination during the zonal summit, advised participants to upgrade from Associate Members to Fellow. Bayelsa Chapter Chairman of the Institute, Dr. Sani Abubakar said human resource management is key in management practice because it control other resources and sued for collaboration with government and relevant agencies for better service delivery.

Earlier, Acting Chief of Staff Government House, Pastor Peter Akpe who chaired the occasion described the topic of the lecture “Peoples Management and Ecological Restoration: The Bayelsa Experience” as apt, owing to the recent flooding in the state and economic effect on the people.

 Chairman College of Fellows NIM, Chief Robert Enogha who attributed the ecological problem to noninvolvement of indigenes in ecological management, called on government and multinationals to create viable platforms for development to strive. Presentation of awards, lecture by Dr. Jasmine Tamunosiki-Amadi, dance, display by traditional troupe, goodwill messages and vote of thanks by the Local Organizing Committee Chairman, Sir Christopher Ewhrudjako climaxed the event.