Director Administration And Supply - Rabi Mohammed Daku(Mrs)

 Rabi Mohammed Daku (Mrs) was a banker with a lot of managerial and administrative skills. She is presently the Director Administration and supply (DAS) NiMet. Rabi graduated from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria (ABU) in 1986 with a Bachelor of Library Science (BLS). She later in 1998 obtained a postgraduate diploma in Management (PGDM) and a master degree in business administration (MBA) in 2002 from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi. She also attended many courses, workshop and seminars during her working career.

Rabi a thorough bred professional Administrator is a member of Nigerian institute of corporate administrators Oct 2001. She is also an associate member Nigeria Institute of Management (ANIM). Rabi started her working career in 1989 with Savannah Bank of Nigeria Plc, where she rose to the position of branch manager. In 2002 she joined Inland bank Nigeria PLC where she served with human resources management group as Senior Manager. Later in 2006 worked with First bank credit Risk Management group, where she held the position of Zonal credit controller North East Zone. In 2015 she joined Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) Bauchi and worked under registry department until her career in Public Service got a major boost in 24th August 2017, when she was appointed the Director Administration and Supply.

Rabi since her resumption in office left no stone unturned towards ensuring that she coordinates the activities of the various units of the agency with great emphasis on increased output in service delivery Manpower development, staff training/ capacity building, Internal and external human relation, good industrial relationship between union and management. Above all she developed a feasible plan towards increasing and creating an environment that will result to high level of motivation, job satisfaction and productivity which leads to achieving the overall goals, vision and mission of the Agency for effective and efficient productivity.

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