The executive chairman of the Fiscal Responsibility Commission (FRC), Chief Victor Muruako Esq has called upon the commission’s staff to generate valuable ideas that can advance the mandate of the Fiscal Responsibility Act, 2007.
Speaking during an ongoing one-week capacity-building seminar in Nasarawa State, Barr. Muruako emphasised the opportunity for both public and private sector staff to acquire knowledge and skills that will contribute positively to the “Renew Hope” agenda of President Ahmed Bola Tinubu.
“The training provides a platform for staff to enhance their service delivery and elevate the Fiscal Responsibility Commission’s mandate,” he explained.
Muruako urged the staff to compile detailed reports through the director of administration at the conclusion of the training, emphasising the importance of these reports for policy formation within the commission.
He encouraged the staff to provide constructive inputs and advice that can facilitate the commission’s contributions to the nation’s economic growth.
Muruako also assured the staff that better days lie ahead. He acknowledged the director of administration, Alhaji Muhammed Zailani and the entire staff for their initiative in organizing this crucial capacity-building programme, aimed at improving the nation.