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Borno Govt Trains Store Keepers For Improve Performance

Head of Service declaring the training open

Borno State Government has on Monday organised a training for Store Keepers to enhanced to improve thier capacity inline with best practices

Declaring the training workshop in Maiduguri, the State Head of Service, Barr Simon Malgwi, said the training was inline with the commitment of Governor Zulum administration of training and retraining programme to enhance productivity.

Malgwi said the role of store Keepers was very key in every organisation in ensuring probity, transparency and accountability.

He lamented the incidents  of some civil servants who cart away government properties in thier offices when they retired, adding that store officers who are responsible for taking inventory of offices needed to contained such excesses.

“I know some instances that some people will just request things not for public use but private use.

“You as store officers have the duty to check and prevent these kind of abuses,” Malgwi said.

He noted that the state Governor has assented to public procurement bill to ensure due process in government activities that needed the full support workers to succeed.

Malgwi said that store keepers need to know whatever is purchased and which office it is being issued to help government in keeping proper records.

He urged them to pay proper attention to the training for maximum benefit and to use the opportunity to step it down to thier subordinates.

In his remarks,¬† the Consultant for the training, Wakil Abbas, said the training with the theme: “Effective Store Management in the Public Sector”, said store management play a strategic role in organisation.

Abbas said the workshop was designed to equipped the participants with updated techniques of managing government materials and exposed them to best practices.

Papers presented included “Store Regulations: An Overview”, “Management and Control of Stores Operation”, “Security and Safety in the Stores”, “Procurement and Materials Management” and “Effective Store Management in the Public”.

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