NDIC Awarded Best Contributing Employer In Human Resources Development

L-R: Executive Director, Corporate Services, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Mrs. Emily Osuji supporting the representative of the MD/CE and Executive Director, Operations, Mr. Mustapha M. Ibrahim to receive the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) award as “Best Contributing Employer in Human Resources Development” for Year 2022, presented on behalf of the ITF DG, Sir Joseph Ari by the Abuja Area Manager, Mrs. Hauwa Mohammed.

The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has conferred the award of “Best Contributing Employer in Human Resources Development” for the 2022 Service Year on the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC).

NDIC’s Director, Communication & Public Affairs, Bashir A. Nuhu disclosed this in a statement on Sunday, March 26, 2023.

The award, according to the statement, was presented to the Corporation by the Director General, ITF, Sir Joseph N. Ari, who was represented by the Abuja Area Manager and Deputy Director, Mrs Hauwa Mohammed.

The statement quoted the ITF Boss to have disclosed that NDIC was the most compliant with the ITF Act through consistent periodic remittance of the statutory one per cent of its total staff cost as stipulated by the Fund’s Act.

The DG appreciated the Corporation for its commitment and patronage of the ITF Training Centre, describing the NDIC’s commitment and partnership with the ITF over the years as worthy of emulation by other government agencies.

Earlier in his acceptance remarks, the MD/CE, NDIC, Mr. Bello Hassan, represented by the Executive Director, Operations, Mr. Mustapha M. Ibrahim, appreciated the Management of the ITF for recognizing the Corporation as the best contributing employer to the Fund.

He promised the Corporation’s continuous collaboration with the ITF towards enhancing capacity building for its workforce, adding that: ‘’Relationship between NDIC and ITF could be traced as far back as 1990. We therefore assure the ITF Management of our continued support’’ said the NDIC Boss.



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