The Director General of the Bureau for Public Procurement, Engineer Ahmed Abdullahi, last week bagged an award from the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics, Ghana.
The award which was presented in Abuja by Dr Tom Ohikere, a fellow and ambassador of the institute who represented the President of the institute said the award was a motivational scheme to promote higher productivity consciousness in service delivery as the recipient was chosen after a systematic line up of public opinion survey and administration of questionnaire among the regulatory bodies in Nigeria.
“The institute was inaugurated in year 2000 to honour outstanding public servants with notable contribution to the management of public policy in Nigeria West Africa region in general”, Dr Ohikere added.
In his remarks, Engineer Ahmed Abdullahi promised to sustain the tempo of activity in the bureau, adding that, the agency in the past six months has promoted and projected the public procurement act in Nigeria positively.
He thanked the institute for the award and extended a hand of fellowship between the Bureau for Public Procurement and the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics in Ghana, with a promise to assist in knowledge and information capacity building, among others.