The Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), Major-General Barry Tariye Ndiomu (rtd) on Monday, met with representatives of registered PAP vendors, who have completed the six months training for the Programme.
The meeting which held at the PAP conference room in Abuja, provided an opportunity for management and vendors to discuss several issues.
Speaking, Gen. Ndiomu appreciated the vendors for doing a good job in effectively building the capacity and skills of delegates for employability. Ndiomu Capable Of Leading PAP And Anti-Oil Theft Panel
He also lauded them for cooperating with the PAP’s renegotiation of the terms of their contracts, a gesture which helped the Office in addressing several outstanding issues, noting that he is pleased with the level of capacity displayed by the vendors in the completion of the project phase.
Ndiomu further stated that the Office would focus on creative ways of resettling delegates through empowerment programs to utilize the skills and knowledge acquired in adding value to the socio-economic growth of the Niger Delta.
In their separate remarks, all seven vendors expressed gratitude to the PAP for the opportunity to enable them to contribute towards developing human capacity in the Niger Delta region.
They also applauded the Interim Administrator and the management of PAP for the symbiotic relationship that existed throughout the duration of the six-month training programme.
They called for a process to screen delegates for future training programmes as well as strengthening the existing monitoring and evaluation methods to reap the needed values from such capacity building efforts.
Our Correspondent reports that each vendor was presented with a certificate of appreciation.##