The Registrar/CEO, Dr. Tosan Erhabor, has reiterated the commitment of the Council to excellent service delivery in line with the Renewed Hope agenda of the President Bola Tinubu-led administration. He gave the assurance recently at the Opening Ceremony of the MLSCN Year 2024 Strategic Planning and Annual Retreat in Nasarawa State.

Themed “Breaking a New Frontier: Harnessing the Opportunity in Current Economic Policy Transition,” the event was aimed at taking stock of the performance of the Council in Year 2023 using earlier identified and agreed key performance indicators (KPIs) while forging news strategies to scale of service delivery for improved outcomes in Year 2024 in alignment with the vision of the current administration. According to the Registrar who rallied staff and stakeholders for support to enable MLSCN to succeed, “We must continue to work harmoniously, innovate and adapt, to make progress amid shifting economic dynamics. We have done it before and we can do it again.”

In his contribution, the Deputy Registrar, Education, Administration and Inspection, Dr. Godwin Aikpitanyi-Iditua emphasized the critical importance of aligning Council activities with the strategic objectives of the government. “It is paramount for us to proactively integrate into the new administration’s goals, leveraging our internal capabilities to generate revenue and propel independent momentum,” he asserted.

Dr. Victor Dare, GMD of Betterways Group, provided further insights to Dr. Erhabor’s remarks, advocating for a paradigm shift. “The Council must formulate innovative strategies adaptable to the prevailing socio-political and economic landscape, prioritizing continuous enhancement and alignment with the President’s directives,” he noted. Participants expressed gratitude for Dr. Erhabor’s reappointment, presenting tokens of recognition. The MLSCN Year 2024 Strategic Planning and Annual Retreat reinforces the Council’s commitment to excellence and national service through collaborative dialogue and strategic alignment.