By Angela Atabo
The AIG-Imoukhuede Foundation on Tuesday said that it would offer 100 civil servants free training across Africa .
The Executive Vice-Chair of the foundation, Ofovwe AIG-Imoukhuede, made this known in a statement made known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
According to AIG-Imoukhuede, the applicants should be citizens on an African country working in the public sector with a minimum of seven years of active service and occupy a directorate level position.
“We are pleased to announce the commencement of the selection process for the second class of the AIG Public Leaders Programme.
“The application window opened on Jan. 27 and will close on April 7.
“This year, we will be offering 100 civil servants across Africa a unique opportunity to undertake an executive training offered by the foundation in partnership with the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, England.
“The programme will be at no cost to all successful applicants as scholarships worth over €5,000 will be provided by the foundation,” the statement said.
AIG-Imoukhuede said that the programme would be administered by a distinguished faculty of experts and teachers with classes hosted for five weeks and two weeks of in-person sessions in Abuja.
“Details of the programme are contained in the public leaders programme brochure attached and applicants can visit http://aigimoukhuedefoundation.org/aigplp/ for more information.