NIMASA Partners Public Service Reform Bureau on Change Initiatives * Says effective public service will grow Nigeria’s economy

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NIMASA Partners Public Service Reform Bureau on Change Initiatives

*Says effective public service will grow Nigeria’s economy

By Udeme Clement :

Director, Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Mr. Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi (right), making a presentation to Director, Reform Coordination and Strategic Management (RC&SM), Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Muhammad Kabir Murnai, during a courtesy visit by NIMASA to BPSR in Abuja :

The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Bashir Jamoh has emphasised the importance of efficient and effective Public Service to Nigeria’s economic prosperity.

He said this while stressing the Agency’s commitment to collaborate with Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) on design and implementation of transformational initiatives in the maritime sector.

Dr. Bashir Jamoh, who disclosed this in Abuja during a visit to the Bureau, said the partnership would focus
on reform initiatives and development research.

The NIMASA DG, who was represented by the Agency’s Director, Reform Coordination and Strategic Management, Dr. Kabir Murnai, said a sustainable relationship between the two Federal Government agencies was essential for capacity development.

Jamoh stated, “We are here to see how we can connect with BPSR in order to clearly understand and key into government’s specific priorities, while still pursuing the respective mandates and goals of NIMASA.
“We desire advisory and technical support services for change management teams, to engender an environment of learning within NIMASA.”

Responding, Director of BPSR, Mr. Dasuki Ibrahim Arabi, appreciated the NIMASA DG and his management team for the visit.

Arabi pledged the Bureau’s commitment to the collaboration agreement for mutual benefit of the two agencies.

BPSR was established in 2004 to coordinate implementation of government reform policies and programmes.

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