CIPMN Calls For Increased Partnership With FG
****Say New Administration Must Think of Infrastructure Management
KINGSLEY BENNETH, ABUJA
ABUJA: The Chartered Institute of Project Managers in Nigeria (CIPMN) believes that to ensure growth in the infrastructural development sector, the current administration would have to come up with a template for partnership with CIPMN.
It also urged the President Bola Tinubu’s led administration to create an enabling environment for the institute to ensure efficient delivery of projects in Nigeria to Fast track national development.
Akin Babalola who is the President of the institute, on Friday in Abuja told journalists at the inauguration of the governing council that the institute is saddled with the responsibility of ensuring that only registered project managers where allowed to carry out projects to ensure proper channel was used for projects carried out in the country.
This is as the institute’s registrar, Henry Mbadiwe, pledged adequate punishment on erring project managers using substandard and unqualified personnel.
Mbadiwe also disclosed that necessary collaboration was going on to include project management into the university curriculum.
CIPMN governing board consists of 12 representatives from the six geopolitical zones include Mohammed Danjuma who stressed that the institute is the one recognized under the statutory act warned individuals or group parading themselves to desist or face sanctions.