The Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC has said the Better Education Service Delivery for All” (BESDA) initiative will not thrive except there is the active participation of UBE Information Managers in the process.
The assertion is contained in a press statement signed by the Commissions Head Public Relation and Protocol, David Apeh.
The Deputy Executive Secretary (Services), Dr. Isiaka Kolawale Olayinka in the statement said Information Communication was the key strategy needed to enhance performance at every level of the programme.
He said there was a need to include information managers if the Education delivery services are to be improved.
To achieve this, the Universal Basic Education Commission has now commenced training of Public Relations Officers drafted to the BESDA program at the federal and state levels.
Dr. Olayinka said the training seeks to inform and guide the conduct of communications officers in the…