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Dr. Nasiru Sani, Director Of Human Resources Management and Administration (DHRM), NiMet

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The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) is continuing with the development of the skills of its staff, as part of a renewed move by the management. The agency is currently conducting a general training on performance management for staff members within Grade Levels 4 – 7 in the South-South, South-East, South West and North West zones of the country.

Information made available to Transport Day by the Director of Human Resources of NiMet, Dr Nasiru Sule, shows that staff members from the mentioned zones are being trained in Kano, Ibadan and Enugu.

He said that senior staff training had earlier been conducted and continues to receive management’s attention. The junior staff training will last from Thursday, 13th June to Saturday, 15th June, 2024.

“By investing in the professional growth of our staff, we aim to Improve operational efficiency and effectiveness, enhance service delivery and client satisfaction, foster a culture of innovation and adaptability, and ensure compliance with the latest industry standards and best practices”, Dr. Sule said.

“What we do at NiMet must always align to what the Tinubu government is trying to achieve, linking it with the Aviation sector roadmap of Festus Keyamo, SAN, the Honourable Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development.

“Starting with Tinubu government’s 8-point agenda for economic recovery; food security; poverty eradication; growth, job creation; access to capital; inclusion; rule of law; and fighting corruption, down to the performance bond the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Festus Keyamo, SAN, signed with Aviation Agencies Heads and their Directors in February 2024. Development of human capacity is a key deliverable in the performance bond.

“As a scientific agency, the Director-General and Chief Executive Officer of NiMet, Professor Charles Anosike always ensures that both management and staff are aligned to these objectives”., Dr. Nasiru Sani concluded.