By Florence Adewale
In efforts to address building collapse in the country, Stakeholders in Project Management have restated their commitment to flush out quacks to stop them from carrying out projects.
The President of the Chartered Institute of Project Managers, Mr. Akin Babalola, gave the assurance when the institute’s management paid a visit to the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment in Abuja.
Mr. Babalola explained that the institute is tasked with the responsibility of ensuring that only registered project managers are allowed to carry out projects, to ensure proper channels are used for projects carried out in the country.
In a remark, the registrar of the institute, Mr. Henry Mbadiwe, pledged that adequate punishment would be meted out on any erring project manager using substandard and unqualified personnel.
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He added that necessary collaboration was ongoing to include project management in the university curriculum.
Earlier, the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Investment, Mrs. Doris Anite, said the present administration will not hesitate to create an enabling environment in line with President Bola Tinubu’s renewed hope agenda to ensure that necessary channels are properly followed to safeguard the lives and property of Nigerian citizens and to save costs accruing from collapsed buildings and substandard materials.
Edited By Grace Namiji
Written by: Bukky Alabi
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