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Dr Maryam Abdu, an academician and researcher

CEPROD appoints Abdu, Emem-Newsong to its governing council

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By Lucy Ogalue

The Centre for Public Service Productivity and Development (CeProd), says Dr Maryam Abdu and Oluwapelumi Abiola Emem-Newsong has been appointed as members of its Governing Council.

The CeProd’s Director-General, Dr Chris Egbu, said this in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja.

According to Egbu, their appointment marks a significant milestone in the organisation’s commitment to excellence and productivity enhancement.

“With their qualifications and track records, they are poised to make a lasting impact on our strategic initiatives.

“This will further solidify our position as a leading force in productivity, efficiency, and performance improvement,” Egbu said.

According to the statement, Abdu is an academician and researcher and holds the position of Associate Professor at the Kaduna State University’s Faculty of Management Sciences.

“With an impressive business administration, management, and economics background, she is renowned for her significant contributions to academia.”

She currently serves as the Vice-President of the Academy of Management Nigeria.

Meanwhile, Mrs Emem-Newsong is a highly accomplished corporate solicitor and legal consultant with more than 16 years of experience in the business and social enterprise sectors.

She is the principal partner of Rea Law Firm (Rea Corporate Consultants), a legal and business advisory firm in Lagos.

She had provided legal counsel to numerous start-ups, SMEs, NGOs, and corporate bodies.

“Her expertise in corporate governance and operations, coupled with her diverse legal background, has made her a sought-after professional.

“Her credentials include being a certified ADR registrar, a member of the Lagos Court of Arbitration, and a member of the Panel of Neutrals at the Abuja Chamber of Commerce Dispute Resolution Centre.

“Her leadership skills, policy-making acumen, and resource development expertise will contribute to the success and growth of CeProd,” it said. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)

Edited by Ese E. Eniola Williams

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