Mrs. Oriyomi, the proprietor of Bloomseed Elementary School has been awarded the National Productivity Centre award of excellence in leadership and productivity. The award was presented on the 27th of November in Abuja. Mrs. Oriyomi, a lawyer and former banker was honored for her contributions in improving elementary school education in Ogun state to a global standard.
The Award, titled “Excellence In Leadership and Productivity” was presented at this year’s annual Nigerian Leadership and Productivity Summit organized by the National Productivity Centre under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of Labor and Employment.
Speaking before the presentation of the Awards, the Minister of Labor and Employment, Mr. Chris Ingige said that in its efforts to enhance productivity, the Federal Government had recently created 774,000 jobs which would empower youths to contribute to nation building. The Minister who congratulated the awardees said that they were all chosen on merit, dedication to duty, diligent delivery of service in their respective capacities.