Isang Iwara Bows Out Of Service
The Director of Human Resources Management, Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Mrs. Isang Iwara on Friday 29th May, 2020 bowed out of service in grand style after a meritorious service to her father land.
Friday marked thirty-four years and six months she joined the service. She will be sixty years on Saturday hence her retirement yesterday.
Mrs.Isang Iwara born on the 30th of May, 1960, joined Cross River Civil Service in November, 1985. She transferred her service to the Federal Civil Service as Assistant Director, Administration in 2004 and was promoted to the position of Deputy Director Administration in 2010. In 2014 she became a full fledged Director. She was posted to the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing in 2018 as Director, Human Resources Management from where she retired.
Speaking at the event the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Housing, Mohammed Burka represented by the Director of Planning, Research and Statistics, Dr. Famous Eseduwo congratulated her, saying that it was not easy coming out of the service unscratched because the service is most of the times turbulent.
Bukar urged the retired Director to sustain her positive contributions to the service in nation building.
He commended her for her expertise in the discharge of her duties while in service,adding that she was a person that was able to bring result with little resources.
The Permanent Secretary charged members of staff to imbibe Mrs.Isang Iwara's attribute of prudence as things are not what they used to be especially during this Covid-19 era.
Giving a goodwill message, the Deputy Director (Staff Welfare and Training, Housing) Mrs. Cecilia
Akuns described Mrs.Isang as an embodiment of a seasoned technocrat that Civil Servants must emulate. That though she has retired, she should make herself available any time she is called to serve in higher capacity.
In her vote of thanks, the retiring Director of Human Resources Management, Mrs. Isang Iwara thanked the Honourable Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, the Honourable Minister of State for Works and Housing, Engr.Abubakar Aliyu,FNSE, Mohammed Bukar,the Permanent Secretary , director colleagues and other members of staff for affording her the opportunity to serve Nigeria in various capacities in the Civil Service.
Mrs. Iwara also thanked members of her staff and said that the successes she recorded were due to the crop of hard working and dedicated staff of the Ministry and the support she enjoyed from the management.
The retiring Director enjoined staffers of the ministry to extend their support and cooperation to her successor to serve the ministry and the nation better in service delivery.
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Hon Minister of Works and Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN right Minister of State in the Ministry Engr Abubakar Aliyu middle and President Trade Union Congress of Nigeria TUC Mr Quadri Olaleye left during a courtesy visit by the leadership of the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria to the Minister at the Ministry of Works and Housing Headquarters Mabushi Abuja on Friday 10th July 2020
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Hon Minister of Works and Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN right Minister of State in the Ministry Engr Abubakar Aliyu 2nd right Managing Director Federal Roads Maintenance Agency FERMA Engr Nuruddeen Rafindadi 2nd left Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps FRSC Dr Boboye Oyeyemi left and others during a Special Meeting on the Partial Closure of the Third Mainland Bridge to discuss Traffic Diversion Provision of Alternative Routes for Ease of Movement for Road Users within the Lagos Metropolis at the Ministry of Works and Housing Headquarters Mabushi Abuja on Tuesday 14th July 2020