The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, Aminu Aliyu Bisalla has charged Civil Servants to prepare for retirement with proper planning and good attitude.
He said this on Tuesday, at a send-forth organised by the Ministry to honour Mrs. Enyi Otaah and Mrs. Catherine Enwerem who exited from the Federal Civil Service in the Ministry, recently.
The Permanent Secretary was represented by the Director Reforms Coordination in the Ministry, Mr. Haman Ndahi.
In her remarks, the Director Community Development and Education Department in the Ministry, Mrs. Lauren Braide thanked the retirees for the good services they have rendered to the nation.
In their responses, the retirees, Mrs. Enyi Otaah and Mrs. Catherine Emwerem appreciated the Management and staff of the Ministry, especially, the Community Development and Education Department for the event organised in their honours.
17th October, 2018
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The Senate Committee on Niger Delta has warned contractors handling some flagship projects of the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs to desist from the acts capable of aggravating the challenges confronting the Niger Delta Region and Nigeria.
To ensure that efforts of the Federal Government to empower youths of the Niger Delta region through its various skills acquisition schemes, graduates of such schemes have been urged to put the skills acquired to good use as they are vital to the development of the region and the country.