The Acting Director General/Chief Executive of the Nigerian Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), Zaria, Dr. Bayero Salih Farah, has assured the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN), Zaria Branch of a more robust collaboration.
According to a press release made available to Transport Day by NITT spokesman, Paul Mshelizah, the Ag. DG/CE made this known when members led by the branch Chairperson, Mrs. Naomi B. Gaiya paid him a courtesy visit.

Dr. Bayero S. Farah stated that the Institute would continue to support the association within the ambit of its resources. He also noted that as a professional training Institute, one of the cardinal objectives of NITT is to enable members of staff to professionalize in their different spheres of specialization. To this end, the Ag. DG/CE stressed that NITT will relentlessly encourage staff to join professional bodies such as ANAN.
Stating the purpose of their visit, the Chairperson of ANAN, Zara Branch, Mrs. Naomi B. Gaiya noted that her team was at the Institute to congratulate the Ag. DG/CE on his new appointment as well as thank the Institute for its valuable support. Recognizing the enormous challenges inherent in leadership. Mrs. Gaiya prayed God to grant the Ag. DG/CE the requisite wisdom to pilot the affairs of the Institute. She also requested the Ag. DG/CE to allow the Association use its facilities during the upcoming Northwest Zonal Executive Meeting; a request the Ag. DG/CE generously granted.

In his vote of thanks, the Registrar of the Institute, Mallam Sule Bello, thanked the members of the association for the visit, and also reiterated the Ag. DG/CE’s position that the synergy between NITT and ANAN would continue to grow from strength to strength. The Registrar praised the association for its resourcefulness exemplified by NITT staff who are members of the association, and advised them not to rest on their laurels.
Highlight of the visit was the presentation of a plaque to the Ag. DG/CE, NITT by ANAN, Zaria Branch as appreciation of the Institute’s abiding support to the association.

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