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  • Samson Omale

Immediate Past DG ITF Harps on Staff Commitment And Dedication To Duty

The immediate past Director-General and chief executive officer of the Industrial Training Fund, Sir Mr Joseph Ari, has said that he is leaving the ITF with a sense of purpose and fulfillment after serving as the DG for seven years.



Mr. Ari who made the call on Monday in Jos, at the valedictory/handover ceremony organized by management and staff of the ITF appealed to the management of the fund to extend their support to his successor, Mr Afiz Oluwatoyin.



Mr. Ari urged them to be selfless in the discharge of their duties and responsibilities, with a view to helping to sustain the organization's track record of being one of the ”best” in the country with a diligent workforce.


Some of the directors who spoke at the handover ceremony eulogize the former DG's leadership style which created a harmonious working environment.


The leadership of the Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporations and Government Owned Companies and that of the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Technical and Recreation Employees commended the immediate past DG for maintaining industrial harmony during his tenure


The new D-G of the organization, Mr. Mr Afiz Oluwatoyin Represented by the Director, Vocational Skills Development Department, Mr James Abimbola described Mr. Ari as a reformer and pledged to build on the achievements he recorded in the fund.


President Bola Tinubu on Friday October 13th approved the appointment of new Chief Executive Officers, CEOs, of several agencies and parastatals under the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment including the ITF.

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