Adamawa Set For 35th IBDFM MCPD, Induction – LOC

The Institute is satisfied with the preparation, arrangement - Registrar

The Periscope reporter

Arrangements have been concluded for the Institute of Business Diplomacy and Financial Management IBDFM’s 35th Mandatory Continuing Professional Development MCPD, Investiture of Fellowship and Induction programme in Yola, Adamawa state, northeast Nigeria.

According to the chairman, local organising committee, also a governing council member of the Institute, Dr. Adamu Muhammad Dodo, the intellectual and professional event would hold tomorrow, Saturday, April 10, 2021, at the Mechanical Engineering Conference Hall of Modibbo Adama University, MAU Yola, Adamawa State.

Dodo said that the programme with the theme: “Managing Unconscious Bias in Decision Making” has Professor Ibrahim Danjuma of MAU and Fellow of the Instituteas the Keynote Speaker.

“The Institute hereby invites all certified professional members in Adamawa state to participate in the programme in order to enhance their professional skills and earn more credit units for executive chartered conversion,” Dodo said.

Dodo who commended the selfless effort of the deputy chairman local organizing committee and Fellow of the Institute, Dr. Bashir A. Daneji of MAU, in the area of venue and arrangements said the programme would start at 8am with the registration of participants.

The Registrar and Secretary to Council, Mr. Sukana Danjuma Tusha who has since arrived with other officials from Abuja were satisfied with the arrangement.

“We have been having successful MCPD, Induction and Investiture in Adamawa state. However, this will be the first time the Institute will have her programme in Modibbo Adama University, MAU Yola.

“There’s the spirit of teamwork nurtured by the IBDFM members in Adamawa. This explains why the Institute is very strong in the state.

“The choice of the venue is brilliant and the preparation is excellent,” the Registrar remarked.

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