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Consider More Civil Servants For Security Studies Participation, HoS Charges Institute

The Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, has said that civil servants being at the forefront of policymaking and implementation…

The Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, has said that civil servants being at the forefront of policymaking and implementation should be given more consideration as participants at the National Institute for Security Studies (NISS).

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She made the call on Friday during a courtesy visit by Faculty Members and participants of Course 15 of the institute led by its Director of Research and Library, Dr A. Abdulkarim Daga, in Abuja.

Deputy Director, Communications in the HoCSF office, Mallam Mohammed Ahmed, in a statement, quoted Dr Yemi-Esan, as commending the wide spectrum of this year’s participants, coming from various agencies of the Federal Government including foreigners.

She urged the management of the institute to ensure that their services benefit for sustainable growth and development, as well as enhanced service delivery to the citizenry.

She also said that the theme for this year’s course, “Global Climate Challenge: Prospects, Priorities for Economic Development and Conflict Resolution in Africa” is apt considering the numerous incursions into the country by foreigners displaced by climatic changes.

“I urge you to tailor your research, findings and recommendations in sync with the country’s domestic climate-change needs, also our peculiarities before giving consideration to those of developed nations. This will bring out the uniqueness in us as a country,” she said.

Speaking earlier, the leader of the delegation, described the Institute as a research-based, which seeks to find plausible solutions to the myriad of global security challenges and making recommendations via reports to the Federal Government in order to guide policy formulation.

He explained that the theme for the year 2022, Course 15, which dwells on climate change, involves 76 participants drawn from various agencies and ECOWAS-member countries of Gambia, Ghana and Niger Republic. He said this is aimed at fostering inter-agency synergy, international cooperation and impact on the participants the requisite knowledge and skills needed to surmount security challenges in their various agencies, as well as individual countries.

During the 10- month course, participants will be interrogated on the theme for the year, by embarking on local, regional, continental and international tours of duty.