Anosike Resumes @ NiMet, Vows To Elevate Meteorological Services

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The director-general, Nigerian Meteorological Agency, Prof. Charles Anosike.
The director-general, Nigerian Meteorological Agency, Prof. Charles Anosike.

Prof. Charles Anosike officially assumed office as the director-general of the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet).

The transition ceremony, held at NiMet headquarters in Abuja, witnessed the symbolic passing on of the baton of leadership from the outgoing CEO, Prof. Mansur Matazu.

The event, attended by NiMet’s outgoing directors, management team and staff, marked the commencement of a new era under Anosike, who, in his remarks, emphasised the critical role of meteorological services in driving sustainable development for the nation. Anosike highlighted the multifaceted impact of NiMet’s contributions, emphasising how the agency’s services play an integral role in various sectors of the economy.

Anosike further stressed that weather services impact various sectors of life and NiMet’s essential contribution to the nation’s sustainable development position the agency as a key player in providing crucial services across diverse sectors. He expressed his determination to elevate NiMet’s performance to a world-class standard.

With a clear vision for excellence, Anosike declared his dedication to implementing strategic initiatives leveraging the commitment and support of the staff to ensure NiMet continues to be a beacon of precision and reliability in meteorological services.

Matazu extended his warm congratulations to Anosike as the new director-general of NiMet. He expressed his belief in Anosike’s ability to steer the agency to greater heights and shared optimistic sentiments about the transformative leadership that Anosike is poised to bring to the agency.

Matazu concluded his remarks by emphasizing the collective responsibility of fostering a conducive environment for innovation and excellence within the agency. He urged every staff member to throw their support behind Anosike and pledged his unwavering dedication to support and collaborate for a harmonious and productive era under the new leadership of NiMet.

Anosike assured the outgoing CEO, stakeholders and the public of his commitment to fulfilling NiMet’s mandate by fostering a culture of innovation, collaboration and continuous improvement. He stated, “I will build on your success to rightfully instigate the mindset we need to move this agency to greater heights,” adding that NiMet will emerge as a leader in the global landscape of weather forecasting and climate information dissemination. Anosike’s resumption follows his recent appointment by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as a directive to the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Mr. Festus Keyamo, SAN.

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