2023 GENERAL ELECTIONS:NOA TO EMBARK ON MASSIVE STAFF TRAINING

PRESS. RELEASE 23/6/2022

In readiness for the 2023 general elections, the Anambra state Directorate of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Awka is to embark on massive training of its field officers in the twenty-one local government areas across the state.

The state Director of Agency in Anambra state, Barrister Charles Nwoji, who made the disclosure in his office in Awka, during a Journalists interview, said that the training workshop is expected to focus on all the nitty – gritties of effective report writing, civic and voter education, protocols and general programmes implementation, research planning and strategy among others.

The state Director, Barrister Nwoji, who also stated that the management of the Agency is thinking out of the box to improve the operations of the Agency in the state, maintained that the training workshop would also include lessons in accounting and auditing with a view to instilling discipline in the participants.

The NOA boss, who further spoke among other things, expressed confidence that the training workshop would enhance the output of the Agency, especially now the activities surrounding the 2023 general elections are gathering momentum, saying that the essence of the training workshop was to fully prepare the staff of Agency on their roles about the elections and to plant the seed of patriotism, dedication, discipline and honesty on the participants in the cause of discharging their duties before, during and after the elections.

While calking on all hands to be on deck towards making the general elections a huge success in Anambra state and elsewhere in the country, Barrister Nwoji, explained that the leadership of the Agency was before preparing the 2023 work plan of the Agency for the rest of the year and advised the participants to beverage on the work plan for their sensitization programmes
with particular emphasis on civic and voter education, adding that the 2023 general elections are very critical to every right-thinking Nigerian.

By Anthony Obiorah

NOA Press Relations Officer.

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