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LASG bags outstanding award on capacity development

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The Lagos State government has been recognised for its commitment to capacity development of the year by the Nigerian Institute of Training and Development (NITAD) at its 26th yearly drainers’ conference held in Abuja.
The award was given through the Governor of the state Akinwunmi Ambode,based on his commitment to the transformation of the Lagos State Public Service into the leading public service in Africa.
The Commissioner, Lagos State Ministry of Establishments,Training and Pensions Dr Akintola, Benson Oke, who represented the governor at the event delivered a paper titled:’ Developed Capacities and Doing More With Less: The Future of The Lagos State Civil Service Workplace’.

He said that NITAD plays a crucial role in Nigeria’s human resources development and management ecosystem. 
According to him, the mission of the professional institute is to improve the practice of human resources development in both the public and private sectors of the economy.

He stated that the institute’s commitment to drive effectiveness, efficiency and productivity as well as to promote high professional standards in human resource development, utilisation and evaluation in Nigeria has attracted the admiration of many. 
Dr Oke, emphasised that high performances have been known to increase in organisations that expose their human capital to development through capacity development trainings.
He said: “In our view, the future for the Lagos State Public Service is heavily dependent on the systematic, yet aggressive development of capacities and the innovative and creative use of resources so as to do more with less.”


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