Director General/CEO of Energy Commission of Nigeria, Prof. Eli Jidere Bala in Virtual Meetings within the Commission
The activities of government must not be grounded to a halt as a result of coronavirus (Covid-19). This explains
the massive deployment of technology of the virtual space by the Director General, Prof. Eli Jidere Bala, to ensure that the
activities of government are not stagnated.
The leadership of the six Energy Research Centers as well as the Directors in the Head Office of the Commission continue
to meet on strategic policy planning and analysis with a view to navigating administrative issues as well as other matters of national interests
and the much cherished National Energy Masterplan for the nation. The Director General has also deployed this same protocol to meet without
borders with relevant stakeholders and clients of the Commission.
You may recall that the state of Covid-19 pandemic has led to a shutdown of a number of activities, but the ECN continues
to wax stronger in its activities as a result of the instrumentality of the virtual space on facilities hitherto provided with the foresight
of the Director General.
Prof E. J. Bala in a virtual meeting with some stakeholders. With him keeping their distances are the Director IDCT, Engr. Felix Olu and Tech Asst 1 to the DG, Mr Abdelnasser Abdallah
The Director HRM, Mrs. Fatume Ciroma-Zarma listening to a participant in a meeting, Prof. I. Igbinomwa of the Benin Energy Research Center
The Director Energy Training & Manpower Development, Mr. A. O. Aliyu paying rapt attention during one of the meetings
Dr. Mukaila Zakari Ya’u, Deputy Director/Head Renewable Energy Dept., listening as the meeting progresses
Mr. N. A. Omale, Director, General Services, listening as the Director Reforms Coordination & Service Improvement makes her point
The Director, Media and Public Affairs, Barr. A. Y. Elamah paying rapt attention During a Meeting
The Director Reforms Coordination and Service Improvement Ms.Hajara Gegele Babatunde in one of the Virtual meetings
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