Mr. Adeniran, Provost, Federal Training Centre, Ikoyi-Lagos (Right), Presenting Dr. Peace Olushola Anjorin A Plague Of Excellence Leadership Award, During The Event
FTC Provost Tasks Nigerians On Investiment For The Centre
The Provost Federal Training Center (FTC), Ikoyi, Lagos, Mr. Adewole Adeniran, has called on the government and Nigerians in general, to invest in the institution, saying the school is crying for Investiment, so as to boost the quality of the nation’s s human resources.
Adeniran made the call at the Center’s recently held valedictory ceremony for the year 2020/2021 academic session.
He said by investing in the Centre is the only thing that could sustain and make the school achieve the objectives for which it was established.
The Provost, also used the event to commend the graduating students, whom he said have various potentials which they can unleashed on the nation to make it better, if given the opportunity.
Admonishing the graduating students, the Provost encourage them to ensure that they put into use what they have learnt as students of the school in breaking boundaries and barriers, eshewing tribalism, religious bigotry and live peacefully with fellow Nigerians.
In his words, Comrade Aluko Bunmi, while appreciating the management of the centre on behalf of his colleagues, for the knowledge they imparted on them, also thanked his colleagues for cooperating with him, which he said made him to succeed as the Centre’s Students’ Union Leader president.
At the occasion, , the graduating students entertained the guests with various Nigeria cultural dances as well as, bestowed on some notable Nigerians ‘Excellence Leadership Award’.
Some of the awardees include, the Provost of the Centre, Mr. Adewole Adeniran; Lagos State Commandant of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) mr. Bauchi Aliyu; a Banker, Dr. Adedayo Korede; Dr. Peace Olushola Anjorin, a Senior Staff of Nigerian Films and Video Censor Board, and many others.
The Federal Training Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos, was the first training centre to be established in country. It was established in 1957, three years before the country’s independence in 1960.
It was established to embark on a deliberate policy of Nigerianisation of the Public Service as far back as the late 1940s. And to accelerate the pace of training for clerical and secretarial staff in the Public Service in general.
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