PTAD Executive Secretary expresses government commitment to human capital development
The Executive Secretary, Pension Transitional Arrangement Department
(PTAD), Mr. James Akinola has expressed the commitment of the Governor
Kayode Fayemi-led administration to the welfare of workers in the
state, particularly the PTAD staff because of the Department’s
strategic role to workers welfare after disengagement from service.
Mr. James Akinola made the statement at a one-day in House Training
for the workers held at the Conference Hall of the Old Governor’s
The Executive Secretary commended the staff and the pensioners for
their various contributions to the development of the state.
He charged workers to be more committed and dedicated to their duties
as the present administration has promised to give workers welfare top
priority and ensure regular Human Capital Development programmes in
The Resource Person, Mr. Oludare Falana while delivery his paper
described the Civil Service a strategic and crucial organ of the
government through which governmental policies are formulated,
executed and monitored for the overall well-being of the populace,
hence the need for the government to give them regular capacity
building trainings that would enhance their productivity.
Mr. Falana also noted that the Registry is a vital and sensitive
section of any Ministry, Department or Agencies because of its
strategic functions and urged workers in the section to be more
painstaking and cordial in relating with the people.