2024 Merit Award: Nigerian Government Sets Up 13-Man Committee

The Nigerian Government has Set up the 4th National Productivity Order of Merit Award Committee, NPOMAC to select the awardees for the 2024 award.

Mrs Nkeiruka Onyejeocha, Minister of State for Labour and Employment, said this during the inauguration ceremony of the 13-man committee on Tuesday in Abuja.

The 13-man committee was inaugurated to determine the recipients of the next NPOM Award of the National Productivity Centre (NPC).

Onyejeocha said since the inspection of the award in 1991, that this was the 4th committee to be inaugurated for such an important assignment for the nation.

“As you may be aware, the constitution of the NPOMAC members is critical to selecting the awardees for the NPOM award for this year and the years to come.

“It may interest you all to know that it became necessary to reconstitute a new committee as the last committee was dissolved by the immediate past minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Simon Lalong.

“Today with us are eminent Nigerians who have been duly nominated to be inaugurated into this committee for this all-important national assignment.

“It is worthy of note that their nomination was done based on their competence and dedication to duty,” she said.

According to her, no doubt, the task ahead of you is enormous but I am confident that you will justify the confidence reposed in you all and meet up with the very expectations placed on this committee to deliver.

She, therefore, appealed that the integrity and quality of the award must be preserved at all cost.

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“It is worth mentioning here that this assignment is of great importance to the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Tinubu’s Administration.

“This administration is committed to unleashing our country’s full economic potential by focusing on job creation, access to capital for small and large businesses, and inclusiveness.

“Others are the rule of law and the fight against hunger, poverty and corruption, by which productivity is the bedrock,” the minister said.

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