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CIA inducts 300 new members


businessTHE Chartered Institute of Administration (CIA) has urged the new set of inductees to adhere strictly to the ethics of the profession and make practical contributions to the growth of the nation.

Speaking at the induction ceremony, CIA president, Goddy Idaminabo, urged the inductees “to be well behaved in their professional dealings”.

Idaminabo, advised the inductees to be guided by the ethics of the profession as part of measures to be successful and overcome challenges associated with business operations, corporate institutions, social and to always at all time remember the processes leading to the qualification and admission into the professional membership of the institute is rigorous, hardwork, and studious.

He said: “As members of this prestigious professional body, my counsel to you is to leverage best practice, the pride of the institute which is known for excellence and professionalism, and ensuring that those that join its membership are people of proven, exemplary, skill and with wealth of experience both from public and private sector of the society”.

The Institute, through its direct membership platform, also inducted some Senior Administrators from public and private sector of the economy who were found worthy, qualify and distinguished themselves to be admitted as Direct Members of the Institute by means of their wealth of knowledge and years of experience in the top echelon of Executive Administrative appointments and have shown professionalism.

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