BY TAYE OBATERU
Jos — The Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, ANAN, has pledged commitment to the development of Kwali community in Plateau State which hosts the permanent site of its training arm, the Nigerian College of Accountancy.
President of ANAN, Alhaji Sakirudeen Labode, who disclosed this at re-commissioning of the administrative complex of the college, said a motor-park, a bank and and a market would be constructed in the village, as part of its corporate social responsibility to the host community.
He said the association was determined to contribute its quota to the development of the community and opted for providing those facilities which were currently lacking to improve the well- being of the people.
He said the commissioning of the administrative complex was part of the development of the permanent site of the college to ensure that necessary facilities were available for its full operation.
Prior to the commissioning, large lecture halls with a combined capacity of 4,500 students, male and female hostels, a shopping complex, among others, had been provided at the permanent site of the college.