Enugu Universal Basic Education Board Tasks Staff on Change, Innovation
The Enugu State Universal Basic Education Board, ENSUBEB, has tasked the staff of the Board on embracing change and innovation to be able to deliver the policies and programmes of the Peter Mbah-led state administration, which it said, were hinged on disruptive innovation.
The Board has also commended the ongoing efforts by the Governor Peter Mbah administration to establish intergated, smart schools in all 260 electoral wards in the state, noting that the pilot project was nearing completion.
The Executive Chairman of ENSUBEB, Dr. Gabriel Ajah, gave the charge while declaring open a training workshop organised by the Board for all the management team and staff of the agency in Enugu.
Ajah stated that following the recent Executive Leadership Retreat organised for all senior political appointees and heads of Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) during which participants further digested Mbah’s vision and mapped out strategies for achieving it across the MDAs,
The chairman stated that it has become very imperative to also put ENSUBEB management and staff through the vision and prepare them for the tasks ahead.
The Executive Chairman of ENSUBEB, said education was at the centre of growing Enugu State from a $4.4 billion to a $30 billion economy, raising the state to one of the top three states in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), achieving a zero poverty headcount index, among others, hence the high expectations placed on them by the Governor Peter Mbah administration
While commending the ENSUBEB leadership for putting the workshop together to put them through the governor’s vision and what is expected of them, the staff members of the agency vowed that they would work to ensure that the government visions were actualized.