Authorities of Isa Mustapha Agwai the First Polytechnic Lafia have reiterated their commitment to training and retraining of staff through TETFund intervention programs to enhance their performance. 

The Acting Rector of the polytechnic, Dr. Nurudeen Muazu Maifata, made this known during a one-day sensitization workshop for academic staff of the polytechnic. 

The workshop focused on the processes and procedures for accessing TETFund’s Content-Based Intervention, aligning with the polytechnic’s mandate to enhance productivity and modernize educational practices.  

In his opening remarks, the Acting Rector emphasized the positive impact of TETFund intervention programs on infrastructural development and staff training, and encouraged staff members to make use of the workshop to broaden their knowledge and take advantage of the opportunities provided by TETFund. 

Earlier The Director of Academic Planning, Dr. Dauda Ibrahim, noted the polytechnic’s commitment to providing quality education through TETFund intervention programs and urged participants to actively engage with the programs to enhance their productivity. 

Dr. Habibu Tanimu provided an overview of the workshop, expressing confidence that it would empower staff with knowledge about TETFund interventions. 

In a separate event, the Isa Mustapha Agwai the First Polytechnic hosted a team from the Global Alliance for Peace and Unity, led by the President General Dr. Solomon Pefkya. Representing the Acting Rector, Ahmed Jibrin reaffirmed the institution’s dedication to partnering the Global Alliance for Peace and Unity in promoting unity and peaceful coexistence. 

The President General Dr. Solomon Pefkya emphasized the importance of collaboration, commending the polytechnic’s achievements under the leadership of the Acting Rector. The collaboration aims to uphold core values of unity and peaceful coexistence for effective service delivery. 

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