Yobe trains 127 civil servants on leadership, service delivery 

The Yobe state government has trained 127 civil servants on leadership and human resource management at the Public Service Institute of Nigeria (PSIN), Abuja. 

The training, which is the first phase, was meant for directors and senior officers of Yobe state government.

The state acting Head of Service, Alhaji Hamidu M. Alhaji, while declaring open the training said the decision to partner with PSIN for the training was in fulfillment of the directives by Governor Mai Mala Buni to ensure better succession plan in the civil service.

Hamidu M. Alhaji said the training remains key for effective implementation of government policies and programmes, especially in the areas of education, healthcare delivery, wealth creation, energy, commerce and industries, trade and investment and accountability among others.

He commended Yobe state governor Mai Mala Buni for his stance on human capital development and reinvigorating the state civil service.

“You should scale down of the knowledge learnt to your respective subordinates at Ministries, Department and Agencies,” said Hamidu Alhaji.

Acting Head of Service equally appreciated the governor for contineuos sponsorship of the civil servants both within and outside the state over the years as Yobe civil servants have recently participated in advanced security management course III (ASMC III) at the National Institute for Security Studies, Bwari-Abuja.