14 December 2005

Nigeria: NIM to Establish Management Centre in Jigawa

Dutse — The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) has reiterated its commitment to establish a management centre in Jigawa State as soon as the state government has provided the institute with site for the project.

This was disclosed by the president and chairman of council of the institute Chief L.E.A Aimuiwu during a courtesy call to the state governor Dr. Ibrahim Saminu Turaki at the state house Dutse, He said the institute counts on the support of the state government to accomplish the mission so as to raise the standard of the institute to the greatest height and making it the envy of all other professional bodies in the state.

Chief Aimuiwu who is also the Osayuwanoba of Benin Kingdom explained that the institute had established management centers in different parts of the country, adding that free intensive training was given to the national youths service corps (NYSC) members who wished to join the institute as members.

"We are committed totally to establish management centre in the state immediately we acquire land from the government," he stressed.

Responding the state governor Ibrahim Saminu Turaki explained that management is one of the vital areas that suffered from neglect as it was not recognized especially in Nigeria, stressing that no government in Nigeria can survive without management.

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