Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Dr Joe Abah, Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) Wins Award...

Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Dr Joe Abah

The director-general of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR), Dr Joe Abah, has bagged an award for being at the helm of one of the most outstanding Public Institutions in Nigeria.

The award, instituted by the Independent Service Delivery Monitoring Group (ISDMG), recognised the bureau which has been saddled with reforming Nigeria’s public sector, as one of the public institutions in the country which has performed extraordinarily in the year under review.

Speaking to FirstAfricaNews exclusively at the International Conference Centre, venue of the awards, recently, Abah could not hide his gratitude.

He said, “I feel grateful for the recognition accorded my staff for the efforts which they have put in in one year. Of all the bodies recognised today, the bureau is the only one manned by core public servants. They are, probably, the least paid of all the organisations here, but their effort speaks volumes for them and that has been justified today by showing that it can be done with the right focus, the right determination, well-directed energy and good leadership. In a few words, this award belongs to them”.

Dr Abah said he was glad that the award would give his staff more believe in themselves, in the system and in Nigeria, as a nation where the “right thing works when done the right way”.

Abah assured that before the end of his tenure in 2016, the nation will come to recognize the bureau and appreciate it more for much of the work will get done and the changes which it will effect in the nation’s public sector.

First Africa News

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