Monday 27th March, 2017
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Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre gets new DG

Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre gets new DG

The Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre (CLTC) has a new Acting Director Gen­eral. He is Mr Bawa Bitrus Jonah.
Bawa’s emergence fol­lows the exit of Mr Michael Fawole who on Thursday last week retired from the service of the organisation and formally handed over to him, being the most se­nior Director at the Centre.
Bawa 54, from Yobe State, has served CLTC in vari­ous capacities and was the Centre’s Director, Human Resources Management be­fore his new position.
The new CLTC’s Acting Director-General holds a Bachelor of Science De­gree in Business Manage­ment from the University of Maiduguri and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Nigeria (UNN) Nsukka. He is also an Alumni of the Nigeria Institute of Man­agement.
In a meeting with top management of the Cen­tre after his taking over, Bawa described himself as a team-player and solicited his colleagues to assist him with positive contributions for the survival and prog­ress of the Centre which he described as a family.
CLTC is a parastatal un­der the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports and is saddled with the respon­sibility, to among other things, provide strategic training on morals, ethics, self-confidence and self-reliance, patriotism and re­sponsible citizenship as well as other social related chal­lenges of the society.
Over the years, the Cen­tre has trained hundreds of thousands of Nigerian citi­zens both old and young, including, but not limited to officers and men of the military, the Navy, Air Force, the Police, Immi­gration Service, Customs and others, from different organisations across the country.

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