Induction Retreat: 10 Takeaways From The Abuja Retreat – S.A Media & Digital Comm. by admin | Jul 26, 2023 | Featured | 0 comments ‹ Previous Taraba Retreat: Speakers Applaud Gov. Kefas; Proffer Solutions – S.A Media and Digital Communications Next › Induction Retreat: Repositioning the State Through Capacity Building Related Posts Taraba: Resolving the Water Conundrum Reviewing Gov. Darius's Revolutionary Firsts in Taraba. (Pt 1) - Emmanuel Bello The Army is Under Pressure Says Media Aide to Governor Ishaku 63 Hearty Cheers to Our Rescue Captain - HE Haruna Manu 1. Participants learnt new ways of doing old things in all sectors of administration. 2. The interactions helped us to know and appreciate each other better at individual levels. National law makers and the state ones collaborated for the growth of Taraba. 3. Participants updated their knowledge about governance in all its dimensions. 4. It was a moment of sober reflection as Participants caught a clear vision of the Moving Forward agenda of Dr Agbu Kefas. 5. In Abuja, Commissioners brain stormed with major stake holders in their ministries and strategic investors. 6. It was a refresher course on budget matters and revenue growing techniques for the relevant bodies. 7. Participants learnt the intricate synergy between the tiers of governance: the legislative, Judiciary and executive. With this, Taraba will run better. 8. Experienced technocrats and seasoned civil servants impacted their knowledge on the trainees. 9. It was a robust opportunity for all participants to acquaint themselves with global best practices in various fields like data collection, digital technology for governance and transparency in service. 10. Judicial officials were reminded of their daunting task of ensuring all round justice and a dispensation of righteousness in judgements. Share this:TweetEmail Related Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.