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NIM rallies Nigerians to good values, unveil jubilee logo



The President and Chairman of Council, Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM), Patience Anabor, has urged Nigerians to leverage on the institute’s values for a better country.
She said this during the unveiling of the institute’s 60th-anniversary logo and jingle, as well as plans by the institute to mark its golden jubilee.

Anabor, who mentioned NIM’s values such as integrity, transparency, responsibility, accountability and equity, among others, gave instances of members, who held the institute’s code of conduct in high esteem and became great managers of institutions, both at the public and private sectors.


She said if Nigerians, especially leaders and managers of institutions across sectors could emulate the likes of Pa. Micheal Omolayole, Christopher Abebe, Akintola Williams and a host of inspiring great leaders, issues bothering on corruption, insecurity, kidnapping and banditry, among other vices, killing the country would never have happened.
Speaking on activities lined up to celebrate the institute’s diamond jubilee, which has ‘Celebrating 60 Years of Management Excellence: Poised for More’, as theme, the NIM boss hinted that the 60th-anniversary lecture and luncheon as the two major events, which would be held on Wednesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 15, 2021, respectively at the institute’s headquarters.
Expected to deliver on the theme as a guest speaker is Nigeria’s former Minister for Finance and Director-General of World Trade Organisation (WTO), Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, while Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, Channels Television, Dr. John Momoh, would be one of the discussants.
Chairman, NIM 60th anniversary committee, Dr. Michael Olawale-Cole, said the choice of theme was apt and resonates with the ethos of professional management. 
According to him: “We desire that this anniversary celebration will lend a voice to the call for managerial excellence through identified best practices across the length and breadth of our dear country.”

On what the institute stands for, Registrar/Chief Executive, NIM, Tony Fadaka, said it has impacted positively on the human resource of the nation through capacity building, re-engineering, consultancy and human capital development since its establishment in 1961 to regulate and control the management profession.


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