Bauchi Directs Benefits Payment of Nigeria’s Longest Serving NIPR Member

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Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Mohammed

By; MOHAMMED KAWU, Bauchi

Governor Bala Mohammed has directed the Offices of Secretary to the Bauchi State Government and that of Head of Civil Service to facilitate the smooth and quick payment of all benefits of late member of the NIPR, Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi who passed away eight years ago.

Late Mohammed Abdullahi, a strong pillar of the institute who served seven successive military and civilian administrations in the state died in 2013 as the Managing Director of Bauchi Broadcasting Corporation (BRC), and had his family ever since suffering without enjoying the death benefits of their bread winner.

Bala shortly after his conferment and investiture directed the Secretary to the State Government and Head of Service to facilitate the quick payment of all benefits of late Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi to his family members who the NIPR said have been languishing in abject poverty ever since the death of their breadwinner.

The President of the Institute, Mukhtar Zubairu Sirajo has earlier in an honorary fellowship conferment speech on the governor, sympathized with family members of the longest serving director of press in the country, late Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi of blessed memory

The Bauchi Governor expressed his gratitude to the institute for the double honour and recognition bestowed on him by the image making body of the country, saying nobody catalogued his achievements ever since he assumed power than the NIPR President has done, attributable to knowledge and experience.

He who noted that public relations in the country has come of age, urged practitioners to raise the bar and ensure the standardization of the profession in Bauchi state, stressing “We need human capital in your profession and from your members to come to work”.

Senator Bala Mohammed observed that the country has suffered so much from negative perception with the attendance consequences of mistrust and suspicion translating into insecurity and underdevelopment.

He added, “Anywhere you bring issues of perception that are negative, they tend to impact negatively on the sensitivity and judgment of the people and that’s why most of us as public officers have suffered in our own way because of perception”.

The Governor stressed the need to grow, reposition and blossom the NIPR from the North East at its hub to other periphery places in parts of the country, as he also want a school for the NIPR in Azare to train members of the profession particularly in Bauchi state.

The NIPR president has earlier catalogued the two years’ achievements of the kauran Bauchi led administration, it challenges, and commended Governor Bala Mohammed for the feat so far achieved By, MOHAMMED KAWU, Bauchi

Governor Bala Mohammed has directed the Offices of Secretary to the State Government and that of Head of Civil Service to facilitate the smooth and quick payment of all benefits of late member of the NIPR, Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi who passed away eight years ago.

Late Mohammed Abdullahi, a strong pillar of the institute who served seven successive military and civilian administrations in the state died in 2013 as the Managing Director of Bauchi Broadcasting Corporation (BRC), and had his family ever since suffering without enjoying the death benefits of their bread winner.

Bala shortly after his conferment and investiture directed the Secretary to the State Government and Head of Service to facilitate the quick payment of all benefits of late Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi to his family members who the NIPR said have been languishing in abject poverty ever since the death of their breadwinner.

The President of the Institute, Mukhtar Zubairu Sirajo has earlier in an honorary fellowship conferment speech on the governor, sympathized with family members of the longest serving director of press in the country, late Mohammed Ahmad Abdullahi of blessed memory

The Bauchi Governor expressed his gratitude to the institute for the double honour and recognition bestowed on him by the image making body of the country, saying nobody catalogued his achievements ever since he assumed power than the NIPR President has done, attributable to knowledge and experience.

He who noted that public relations in the country has come of age, urged practitioners to raise the bar and ensure the standardization of the profession in Bauchi state, stressing “We need human capital in your profession and from your members to come to work”.

Senator Bala Mohammed observed that the country has suffered so much from negative perception with the attendance consequences of mistrust and suspicion translating into insecurity and underdevelopment.

He added, “Anywhere you bring issues of perception that are negative, they tend to impact negatively on the sensitivity and judgment of the people and that’s why most of us as public officers have suffered in our own way because of perception”.

The Governor stressed the need to grow, reposition and blossom the NIPR from the North East at its hub to other periphery places in parts of the country, as he also want a school for the NIPR in Azare to train members of the profession particularly in Bauchi state.

The NIPR president had earlier catalogued the two years’ achievements of the kauran Bauchi led administration, it challenges, and commended Governor Bala Mohammed for the feat so far achieved 

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