The newly elected Chairman of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), Abuja Chapter, ESV Adebanjo Adeleke, during his inauguration as the 12th Chairman of the branch, pledged to uphold the institution as a model in promoting members welfare and capacity development.
Making this promise alongside other members of the executive in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, Adeleke also pledged to ensure adherence to rule of law and order, while making discipline the watchword of the institution.
While revealing that his tenure would be predicated on three-point agenda, namely, welfare of members, advocacy and development, capacity building, he added that his rolled out programmes and policies will advance the cause of the institution in diverse ways.
He also solicited the support of other members and stakeholders of the institute to succeed.
“We will run our tenure based on law and order, with strict compliance to discipline, Adeleke said.
“If you cannot substantiate any fact, there will be consequences for it”.
“The cardinal vision of my administration is make Abuja branch a model in the institution in terms of members welfare, capacity development and advocacy by the end of 2024.
“This will bring a significant change to the national outlook of the professional institution and set the standard for practitioners in the industry.
“For this administration, we will establish a cooperative strategic direction will focus capacity building and improving the welfare of our members. More than ever, we are committed to uplifting members to greater heights”, he stated.
While also stating that his administration will work in close collaboration to ensure strict adherence to professional standards among practitioners and stakeholders in the FCT, the new chairman said his tenure will be based on law and order.
“We will run our tenure based on law and order.
“With an established feedback mechanism in place, we will regularly assess and make necessary adjustments to policy based on feedback from our members in order to ensure that every member becomes an ambassador of the professionalism for which the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers is renowned”.
He also urged surveyors and valuers to continue to discharge their responsibilities with utmost sense of professionalism.