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Delta Economic Summit Group explains job change, satisfaction paradox in study

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Chukwuka Monye


Delta Economic Summit Group (DESG) has expressed worry on the paradox of a recent career preference study commissioned on ‘Job Change and Satisfaction’ among 500 professionals of all sphere interviewed in Asaba, Delta State.

The study indicates high level of job satisfaction by 62 percent, while 60 percent of same respondent are willing to switch.
DESG, a private sector-driven think tank focused on delivering positive and strategic change, especially economic development in Delta, also threw more light on government’s efforts in terms of infrastructure renewal and legacy projects.Aside the state government, DESG has also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United States Chambers of Commerce.

The Director-General, Mr. Chukwuka Monye, while briefing journalist on their activities, expressed his commitment to the rapid development of the state, noting that the research by a leading Nigerian consulting firm, Ciuci, which provided advice to businesses in Africa, with over 350 A-list projects executed, showed the state’s readiness to harness its vast economic and human capital potential.

“My passion for the development of the African continent led me to establish Ciuci, and the passion for positive change has led the firm to execute several social impact initiatives aimed at highlighting capacity building as a critical element in corporate Nigeria and the society at large.

“As a consultant to state and the federal government institutions, I have led teams to execute a number of projects such as supporting the Federal Ministry of Works in developing its public private partnership (PPP) framework; the Federal Ministry of Health in developing a number of programmes; conducting the impact assessment of an agricultural cooperative scheme for Lagos State government and developing a transformation road map for Lagos-owned paediatrics hospital,” said Monye, who doubles as the managing partner of the consulting firm.

He revealed that Ciuci had also been involved in the incubation of several successful products and private companies, including the City of Lagos Monopoly Game and the healthcare leadership academy, a leadership institute for the healthcare sector with collaborators such as Cambridge and Duke Universities.

According to him, DESG has successfully signed an MoU with Delta government, supported the government in organising the Delta @25 Economic Summit and successfully executed the pioneer edition of the Unsung Heros Award.


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