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NDE empowers 900,000 unemployed Nigerians in 2yrs – DG

National Directorate of Employment (NDE)
National Directorate of Employment (NDE)

The Director-General National Directorate of Employment (NDE), Dr. Nasiru Muhammad Ladan Argungu,‎ on Friday said the directorate succeeded in training and empowering over 900,000 unemployed Nigerians in the last two years.

The DG made the disclosure at the closing of a 3-day workshop on Public Procurement Planning and Bid Management for the directorate’s procurement officers held in Kaduna.

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Dr. Argungu represented by the directorate’s Director of Procurement, Alhaji Aliyu Abubakar said since assumption to office in 2017, he placed priority on training.

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He explained that he placed high premium on staff motivation and training for increased output.

Dr Argungu added that the procurement workshop was one in the series of the NDE capacity-building trainings conceived to address issues related to principles of public procurement.

Earlier, a trainer from Rock Edge Consulting Limited, Mr. Bulus James, said the participants have been exposed to the modern trend in the procurement process.

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