At Its Mgt Retreat, NiMet’s DG Harps On Improved Service Delivery

Prof. Charles Anosike

The Director General and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet), Professor Charles Anosike has said that it’s new management was focused on
strengthening the operations of the Agency and repositioning it for improved service delivery.

Professor Anosike said this on Monday, while declaring open a 3-day NiMet management retreat in Abuja.

The NiMet Director General said: “The overriding objective of the 2024 NiMet management retreat is to strengthen collaborative relationships amongst staff of the agency.

“It’s time to dismantle the imaginary walls and silos built internally over the years which has been stifling productivity.

“The retreat will give us all a good understanding of the work NiMet does.

“The science of meteorology should be treated and handled with all seriousness because of its importance and impact on lives, properties and on the economy”.

Professor Anosike encouraged the participants to be active during the retreat and make contributions that would help NiMet to achieve its mandate efficiently.

He said: “Despite prevailing economic challenges, there are opportunities in the external environment for NiMet.

“We should aim to reduce wastages in our operations, prioritize spending, and improve our internally generated revenue”.

Professor Anosike reminded the participants that although NiMet’s services were directly related to weather and climate in Nigeria, forces that drive environmental changes have shown that NiMet’s activities impact all aspects of the Nigerian economy.

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