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Momoh, 32 others emerge NITAD fellows

By Isaac Chibuife
17 May 2022   |   4:22 am
Chairman of Channels Media Group, Dr. John Momoh; Managing Director of Smeep Consultancy Services, Solomon Avbioroko and Chairman, Lagos State Teaching Service Commission, Elizabeth Ariyo...

Chairman, Board of Fellows, Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD), Dr. Kayode Oluwagbuyi (left); Immediate Past President of NITAD, Janet Jolaoso; Guest Speaker, Solomon Avbioroko; President and Chairman of Council, NITAD, Ayoade Igbeyi and Registrar/Chief Executive Officer, Kayode Adejumo, during the fellowship’s award ceremony in Lagos.

Chairman of Channels Media Group, Dr. John Momoh; Managing Director of Smeep Consultancy Services,  Solomon Avbioroko and Chairman, Lagos State Teaching Service Commission, Elizabeth Ariyo, were among 33 experts that were inducted as Fellows of the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD), in Lagos recently.

  
The event, which was attended by dignitaries from both sectors of the economy, was, according to NITAD’s President and Chairman of Council, Ayoade Igbeyi, organised to reward excellence in the practice of training, learning and development in the country.
   
Igbeyi pointed out that the institute would continue to promote creativity, team bonding, good communication and continuous learning within the economy.
   
She disclosed that the institute has already completed and commissioned various facilities within the organisation to ensure effective service delivery.
  
According to her, the institute is not only enhancing the quality of management service in the country but has also scripted programmes that would sharpen the skills of Nigerian graduates, especially youths, to promote their respective employability within the system.
   
Besides, Igbeyi said the institute has inched towards its chartered status, as the bill to that effect has already gone through the second reading in the Senate.
   
Avbioroko, the guest speaker at the event, stressed the need for various organisations to evolve the right approach towards recruitment of their respective personnel, to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery.
  
Chairman of NITAD’s Board of Fellows, Dr. Kayode Oluwagbuyi, pointed out that the institute will not relent in its efforts in ensuring emergence of a good management team for corporate Nigeria.
  
Momoh, one of the new Fellows, is a veteran journalist, who has nurtured Channels Television to a multiple award winning organisation.
  
A graduate of University of Lagos, he is also a Fellow of Nigerian Guild of Editors; Nigerian Institute of Journalism; Nigerian Institute of Information Management; Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administration; among others, beside bagging honorary doctorate degrees in four Nigerian universities.