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NIPC SEEKS POSTING OF CORPS MEMBERS WITH SPECIALIZED SKILLS

NIPC SEEKS POSTING OF CORPS MEMBERS WITH SPECIALIZED SKILLS
NIGERIAN INVESTMENT PROMOTION COMMISSION [NIPC] SEEKS POSTING OF CORPS MEMBERS WITH SPECIALIZED SKILLS.
The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) has requested the posting of Corps members trained in some specialised skills to help in the achievement of its mandate. 

The Executive Secretary of the Commission, Ms Yewande Sadiku made the request during a visit to the Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, at the National Directorate Headquarters, Abuja. 

Sadiku explained that such Corps members would not only be trained by the Commission, but would also be imparting their own specialized skills on others, including the Commission’s staff. 

She stressed that the task of canvassing investment for Nigeria requires extensive research, especially as regards knowledge of the country and its selling points. 

 “For you to advise someone on investment, you need to be knowledgeable; you need to know more than them, to be able to advise on why they should come to Nigeria, what sector to invest in and the likes,” she said. 

The Executive Secretary said the NIPC had always accepted Corps members posted to it, but pointed out that not all graduates could play the roles expected by the Commission; hence the need for the collaboration that would enable it furnish the Scheme with specialized fields where the Corps members would be needed. 

Responding, the Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, stressed the need for the two agencies to set up a joint team that would fashion out strategies for the success of the proposed collaboration.

Kazaure called on the NIPC to carry along young Nigerian graduates with passion for investment drive. 

He congratulated Sadiku on her appointment and wished her a successful tenure.

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