N-Power: Edo chapter commends beneficiaries for commitment, dedication



The Edo State Focal Person for the Federal Government Social Investment Programme, Miss Osayuwamen Aladeselu, has commended beneficiaries deployed across Edo State for their exemplary conduct.

She gave the commendation during an exercise to monitor the performance of beneficiaries in their Places of Primary Assignments across the state.

She said, “The beneficiaries in the state have remained committed in their various Places of Assignment. We are pleased with their performance and commitment at schools and healthcare centres where they serve across the state.

“The feedback we are getting from principals of schools and health coordinators in healthcare centers is encouraging and I must say we are impressed with their performances so far.”

“We learnt that the beneficiaries are determined to carrying out tasks assigned to them. They are also adjusting to work ethics, gaining experience fast and have been innovative.”

“The monitoring exercise would be sustained and conducted on a regular basis.”

The local government areas visited by the focal person include Oredo, Ikpoba-Okha and Uhunmwode.

Other local government areas in the state will be reached in the coming weeks.





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