In Bauchi state, a Productivity Committee has been inaugurated.

By Muhammad Babayo Asha.

A seventeen member Bauchi state Productivity Committee has been inaugurated with the mandate to assist all citizens and organisations to embrace the culture of productivity for enhanced performance state.

Inaugurating the committee in his office, the State Head of Civil Service Alhaji Yahuza Adamu Haruna charged them to justify the confidence reposed in them as the issue of productivity ought not to be taken for granted.

Yahuza Adamu Haruna who is also the Chairman of the committee said their term of reference are stimulate productivity consciousness in all areas of the economy from the grassroots and in various sectors of the economy.

Others are to interface with key stakeholders to get inputs for the creation and coordination of productivity clusters and key industry players as well as assist the state in monitoring trends in various sectors of the economy.

He charged civil servants in the state and indeed people of the northeast geopolitical zone to be diligent, determined and productive to develop the region ravaged by activities of insurgents.

Earlier, the Director General National Productivity Centre Dr Kasim Abdu said the organization established in 2004 under Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment is aimed to lead the country’s economic productivity to enhance life quality of the people.

Dr Kasim Abdu represented by the Centre’s Head of Human Resources Zakari Shua’ibu commended Bauchi state government for its support to the centre to conduct sensitization lectures in all her Ministries Departments and Agencies.

In a welcome address, the State Coordinator of the Centre who is also the Secretary of the Committee Abdulkadir Adamu expressed determination to achieve the set goals of stimulating productivity consciousness.

In a vote if thanks, one of the Committee Member Dr Ahmadu Mai-Abba who appreciated the state government for finding them worthy of the appointment pledged their readiness to ensure stimulation of productivity in the state.

The Committee members were drawn from the public and the private sectors in the state.

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