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by Victor Ndubuisi

According to President Bola Tinubu, his main goals for Nigeria are to make it a nation of builders and to secure wealth for coming generations.

According to, Tinubu emphasised that poverty is not only shameful but also unacceptable under his leadership during his speech at the 55th International Conference, Exhibition, and Emerald Anniversary of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria on Tuesday. The conference had as its theme, “Sustainable HR, Business, and National Development.”

The President emphasised that his goal for the Nigerian labour force is to guarantee that every individual is engaged for a living and has the means to support their family.

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Nkiru Onyejiocha, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, spoke on behalf of Tinubu at the function and stated that the current administration was determined to move Nigeria closer to self-sufficiency and less dependent on outside help in the face of global issues.


He said, “I am reminded of the crucial role that human resources play in shaping the destiny of our nation. Our collective vision must transcend the ordinary, and today, I wish to share with you a vision that centres on transforming Nigeria into a nation of creators and builders, ensuring a prosperous Nigeria for us and future generations to come.

“As I have said repeatedly, poverty is not a shameful thing – but it is an unacceptable thing. Therefore, my vision for the Nigerian workforce is one where every citizen who wishes to be, is gainfully employed and able to take care of themselves and their family. Together, keying into this vision, we will banish poverty.

“We envision an unprecedented level of industrial activity, marked by the establishment of unique industrial hubs tailored to the strengths of each region in our great nation.

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“Our commitment to ending poverty is deeply intertwined with our focus on economic growth and job creation. We recognise that sustainable development can only be achieved by fostering an environment where job opportunities abound, ensuring food security, and eradicating poverty.”

Speaking about the responsibilities of HR professionals, Tinubu stated that in a world that is becoming more competitive and dynamic, it is essential to shape and manage people well in order to turn them into engines of economic revival.

Olusegun Mojeed, President and Chairman of Council at CIPM, stated that HR was more accountable than ever for forming a progressive organisation and country.


He said, “Sustainable people practice is a strong catalyst for cultural, national, and infrastructural development, among others. Talent supply will play a major role in creating and shaping the conditions in which organisations and nations will operate.”


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