DPR director bags award for commendable leadership from UK development agency

Posted by News Express | 12 April 2019 | 601 times

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•DPR Director Mordecai Danteni Baba Ladan receiving the TEXEM UK award

The Director of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Mr. Mordecai Danteni Baba Ladan, has received an award for ‘Commendable Leadership in the Public Sector’ from a United Kingdom top-notch human recourses development agency, TEXEM UK.

The award, which was presented to the Director in nation’s capital city, Abuja, is in recognition of the Director’s outstanding contributions, inspiring regulatory leadership policies, interventions and stakeholder engagement with industry players in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.

While presenting the award on behalf of the Advisory Board of TEXEM UK, its Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Alim Abubakre, eschewed the exemplary leadership and huge success of Mr. Ladan in the Nigerian oil and gas sector.

He therefore congratulated him for emerging as the winner of the award while informing the methodology of the selection process by a team of professionals who shortlisted 60 distinguished leaders from a pool of 400 nominations by the public based on track record, professionalism and comparison with peers in the award category. Mr. Ladan emerged winner from a pruned list of three finalists.

Receiving the award, the Director thanked the delegation and organisation for the special recognition and reiterated his commitment to exceed the expectations of stakeholders in the delivery of the department’s regulatory mandate for the oil and gas industry, while entrenching accountability and transparency in meeting Government’s objectives and aspirations.

TEXEM is an acronym for “These Executive Minds”. It is a United Kingdom-based company that facilitates and delivers dynamic development programs for top level Executives, Directors and Senior Managers across the private and public sectors in Africa.

 


Source: News Express

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