Senator tells Nigerians to join the train of change

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The senator representing Kogi West Senatorial zone in the National Assembly, Distinguished Senator Dino Milaye has enjoined Nigerians to join the train of change. He stated this during the 4th special Induction ceremony of Chartered Institute of Human Capital Development of Nigeria (CIHCDN). He argued that any nation that does not have a good human capital development programme is in serious problem. “Any nation without human capital development is a wasted one”, he said.

Senator Milaye believes that there are many corrupt tendencies in the country and gave some example. He said that a house wife who diverts feeding allowance to buy jewelry is corrupt. Also a managing director who makes wrong budget proposal is corrupt. He did not spare lawmakers. He said that a senator who collects money from ministry officials to approve bogus budget is corrupt. He therefore enjoined Nigerians to join the train of change the President is driving, which can be achieved through attitude revival.

Senator Dino Milaye was among few Nigerians who were conferred with fellowship of the institute. Speaking after his induction, he said he will help the institute to develop. “I will help the institute to develop in any way I can”, he said.

CIHCDN is Nigeria’s fastest growing institute dedicated to workplace learning and human capital development. Pioneered by a team of distinguished professionals and experts in the field of human capital development in Nigeria in November, 2011, CIHCD members are drawn from more than 20 professional bodies in Nigeria and connect internationally with more than 10 international partners, who strongly share the passion and vision of acquisition of knowledge particularly in the workplace that will ultimately result in efficient service delivery and optimal productivity through increased performance which will ultimately entrench excellence in service.

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