Governor Olusegun Mimiko says the dream of his administration to build a world-class training institute that is globally competitive has become a reality as Ondo State government’s Public Service Training Institute Ilara-Mokin, in Ifedore local government area of the State, is ready for commissioning.
Mimiko, who led a delegation on inspection tour of the institute in readiness for its commissioning, said the Institute is for the public service of today and for the future, noting that the institute will provide modern training for the State workforce.
“This is a training institute for the public service, the public service of today, the public service of tomorrow. In the last seven and a half years, we have placed emphasis on training. This is an attempt to institutionalize public service”, he said.
“This is a world-class training centre and as you have seen, the structure is ready and the gadgets are also ready. Our dream is to have a Public service training institute that is globally competitive and the dream is now fulfilled” Mimiko said. The Institute is just one of the 100 other projects the Governor will be commissioning before he leaves office in February next year .
Briefing newsmen on the projects lined up for commissioning, the state Commissioner for Information, Mr Kayode Akinmade, said projects due for inauguration under the operation, tagged ‘Legacy Projects Commissioning’, include the International Event Centre in Akure also known as The Dome.