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the overall success of a leader is not measured by the number of people following him/her but by the number of people following those following him/her.
it's about a man called alhaji mohammed maude lapai, mni.
he was the niger state head of service. he was born on november 30, 1956, in lapai which is the headquarters of lapai lg area in niger state.
he had his primary education at central primary school, lapai (1964-71) and was enrolled in ahmadiyya secondary school, minna (1972-76).
a holder of b.sc and m.sc degrees in economics, obtained from northern nigeria’s premier university, ahmadu bello university, zaria. he is also an alumnus of the elite college, nigeria institute of policy and strategic studies, kuru, jos, which grooms topflight manpower for top echelon strategic roles in the country’s public and private life.
he is a multidimensional civil servant. his versatility and proficiency ranges across many fields. he has served in many capacities either as a public administrator, a banker or a manager. he is also a widely renown and prominent figure in the field of finance.
he has been the linchpin between the two past administrations and the current one in the state, having served two previous governments in high profile capacities, and thus brings formidable experiences to bear on his role as head of service.
kick-starting his illustrious public service career as planning officer ii with niger state ministry of finance in september, 1983. he left after seven years for greater challenges and a more mouthwatering opportunity with the defunct nal merchant bank, where he worked for 13 years. in 2003, he left the bank in response to a clarion call by his mother state to come and fill an important vaccum in the finance ministry in the position of a treasury manager. with his vast accounting experience, high professional acumen, and unimpeachable character, he was deem worthy and capable of the task. having impressed his new employer in his role as director, treasury accounts, he was promoted to a new role in the ministry as the accountant general, in 2007. that same year, he was assigned the duty of establishing the niger state debt management office, as its pioneer director general. in recognition of his contributions to sound financial and fiscal management at the state level and the glory he brought to his emirate as its ambassador in his many eminent roles, in the community and public service, the emir of lapai, his royal highness, alh umar bago tafida iii, conferred him with the prestigious traditional title of madamin lapai, in 2006. in november, 2008, he was appointed a permanent secretary in the niger state civil service, and he did tours of duty in that capacity in the ministry of tourism and culture, agriculture and rural development, planning commission and in niger state public procurement board. until his  most recent elevation to the zenith of the civil service before his retirement, he was the permanent secretary, ministry of water resources (2013-2015).

i saw a man blessed in all ramification, a man of honour, a man whose zeal is poised towards selfless service to both god and humanity and an incommensurable leader, when i had the rear privilege to visit him alongside my amiable colleagues yesterday 9th february, 2017 as a mark of believe in his wealth of wisdom to tap from his abundant endowment on how best to propagate change that will bring about peaceful coexistence of our great people and this are some of his words to us;
to create a change we have to change ourselves, kill sentiments and shun all forms of social vices. we should be unbiased, impartial and always look at one's personality and not the party. he urge us to always stand by the truth and bear in mind that where ever you think you are today, others have been there and who ever you will become tomorrow is determined by who you are today, so it's best to judiciously utilize any available resources. he told us to keep the hope alive and that the change we wanted was very much achievable.
#changebeginswithme!involves all and not only the leaders. this is just a summary of our conversation, i therefore want to say since charity begins at home, i will be quick to call on our leaders in all the 36 states of the federation to borrow an olive branch by taking a look into alhaji muhammad maude's records for a permanent progressive change in nigeria.

from comr. a.a hussain ( dir. of communication prcn).
he can be reached on this email
hussainalutaalfa@gmail.com.
08050323985.

Submitted: February 17, 2017

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The overall success of a leader is not measured by the number of people following him/her but by the number of people following those following him/her. It's about a man called Alhaji Mohammed Maude Lapai, MNI. He was the Niger State Head of Service. He was Born on November 30, 1956, in Lapai which is the headquarters of Lapai LG Area in Niger State. He had his primary education at Central Primary School, Lapai (1964-71) and was enrolled in Ahmadiyya Secondary School, Minna (1972-76). A holder of B.Sc and M.Sc degrees in Economics, obtained from Northern Nigeria’s premier University, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is also an alumnus of the elite college, Nigeria Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos, which grooms topflight manpower for top echelon strategic roles in the country’s public and private life. He is a multidimensional civil servant. His versatility and proficiency ranges across many fields. He has served in many capacities either as a public administrator, a banker or a manager. He is also a widely renown and prominent figure in the field of finance. He has been the linchpin between the two past administrations and the current one in the state, having served two previous governments in high profile capacities, and thus brings formidable experiences to bear on his role as Head of Service. Kick-starting his illustrious public service career as planning officer II with Niger State Ministry of Finance in September, 1983. He left after seven years for greater challenges and a more mouthwatering opportunity with the defunct NAL Merchant Bank, where he worked for 13 years. In 2003, he left the bank in response to a clarion call by his mother state to come and fill an important vaccum in the finance ministry in the position of a treasury manager. With his vast accounting experience, high professional acumen, and unimpeachable character, he was deem worthy and capable of the task. Having impressed his new employer in his role as Director, Treasury Accounts, he was promoted to a new role in the ministry as the Accountant General, in 2007. That same year, he was assigned the duty of establishing the Niger State Debt Management Office, as its pioneer Director General. In recognition of his contributions to sound financial and fiscal management at the state level and the glory he brought to his emirate as its ambassador in his many eminent roles, in the community and public service, the Emir of Lapai, His Royal Highness, Alh Umar Bago Tafida III, conferred him with the prestigious traditional title of Madamin Lapai, in 2006. In November, 2008, he was appointed a Permanent Secretary in the Niger State civil service, and he did tours of duty in that capacity in the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Agriculture and Rural Development, Planning Commission and in Niger State Public Procurement Board. Until his  most recent elevation to the zenith of the civil service before his retirement, he was the permanent secretary, Ministry of Water Resources (2013-2015).

I saw a man blessed in all ramification, a man of honour, a man whose zeal is poised towards selfless service to both God and humanity and an incommensurable leader, when I had the rear privilege to visit him alongside my amiable colleagues yesterday 9th February, 2017 as a mark of believe in his wealth of wisdom to tap from his abundant endowment on how best to propagate change that will bring about peaceful coexistence of our great people and this are some of his words to us; To create a change we have to change ourselves, kill sentiments and shun all forms of social vices. We should be unbiased, impartial and always look at one's personality and not the party. He urge us to always stand by the truth and bear in mind that where ever you think you are today, others have been there and who ever you will become tomorrow is determined by who you are today, so it's best to judiciously utilize any available resources. He told us to keep the hope alive and that the change we wanted was very much achievable. #ChangeBeginsWithMe!involves all and not only the leaders. This is just a summary of our conversation, I therefore want to say since charity begins at home, I will be quick to call on our leaders in all the 36 states of the federation to borrow an olive branch by taking a look into ALHAJI Muhammad Maude's records for a permanent progressive change in Nigeria.

From Comr. A.A Hussain ( Dir. Of communication PRCN). He can be reached on this email hussainalutaalfa@gmail.com. 08050323985.


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