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The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget, Chief Bunmi Alade has charged public servants to  attach seriousness to training programs as they enhance their efficiency at duty posts. 

Chief Alade made the call today while declaring open a training program for middle level officers of the Minstry.

He said training gives an all round development to trainees.

Chief Alade (c) flanked by the DFA, Mr. Segun Akosile (l)  and the Consultant, Dr. Ayeleso (r) addressing the trainees

"There is no way we can do away with training programs. They refresh and update our knowledge, imbue us with new and current ideas as well as make us be at par with our colleagues in other places. Training gives added impetus to our all round performance." 

According to him, training is an integral part of activities budgeted for by the government in every ministry, adding that the crop of guest speakers would do justice to the different topics. 

           Some of the trainees

Chief Alade used the occasion to express the Ministry's gratitude to the Head of Service for allowing the training to hold.

Earlier, the Consultant, Dr. Gabriel Ayeleso had told the gathering that the training would cover different topics such as budgeting, accountability, ethics, public relations and communications. 

Three guest speakers delivered the papers at the training program.


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