The settling in of the new CEO met and continues to encounter resistance from some quarters within the NIPC, described by Mrs. Umar as those who have not come to terms with the change of guards.Although not much has happened in what is rather a short time (11 months) to do an extensive evaluation, our reporter has noticed with keen interest the series of staff and management training to embrace the new vision of Mrs. Umar, in addition to stakeholders consultations to retool its operation and the re-organization of the one-stop-shop (OSIC) to allow for offshore company registration and online interface with the commission.
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