Aremo Abduljelil Bamidele Inducted as Fellow of The Institute of Global Peace and Conflict Management
The Institute of Global Peace and Conflict Management, IGPCM, has inducted the Secretary, Ogbomoso South Local Government, Aremo Abduljelil Bamidele Busari as Fellow Member, Certified Global Peace Diplomat as he also bagged a professional license certificate from the institute bagging the award of Certified Peace and Conflictology Professional.
IGPCM is a body that professionally raises, trains and primes individuals and corporate bodies, with practical skills training, in peace building, conflict analysis, prevention and intervention, mediation and negotiation, conflict management, resolution and transformation, arbitration, conciliation, reconciliation and reconstruction.
Abduljelil was inducted alongside Professor Lateef Oyewole Alamu, the Acting Dean Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources, Iseyin Campus of College of Agriculture Science and Renewable Natural Resources LAUTECH, Dr Oshadare Segun Anthony; Lecturer Department of Banking and Finance, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, and Dr Kayode Akinsanya on Saturday 15th of October, 2022 at the Investiture Induction Training Workshop, Certification and Global Peace Icon Award Ceremony Held at University of Ibadan.
The Zonal induction had as its theme :Managing Employee Life Cycle; The Value Proposition as they also held training sessions on the Roles of Professional Manager in a Dynamic Environment, impact of workplace bullying on employees productivity, growth and development agenda at the grassroots and human capital development.
Speaking at the investiture IGPCM President in Council, Dr Adetunberu Oludotun said “dangerous and devastating conflicts are ongoing in almost all the continents of the world, thereby, endangering the global ecosystem. At organizational levels, many corporations have been sold-out or shut down largely to conflicting interest and leadership crisis.
“With these continually on the rise, without appropriate preventive measures and skills to curtail conflicts and conflicting situations, peace cannot be achieved for sustainable development,” he added.
He however raise alarm on the need to raise and develop a great number of peace builders around the globe to attend to matters of peace building, developmental initiatives and conflict prevention and management to achieve total transformation, requires deliberate and conscious efforts.
Aremo Bamidele, a peace ambassador holds a Nigeria Certificate in Education in Business Education/Accounting from Kwara State College of Education Oro, Bachelor of Science (Ed) Economics from Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba-Akoko Ondo State and Masters Degree in Public Administration from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso Oyo State.
He was a former National Treasurer – Federation of Oyo State Students Union National Headquarters and Currently the Secretary to the Local Government, Ogbomoso South Local Government Arowomole Ogbomoso.
To further widen his scope of knowledge in his preferred field, Abduljelil is Member of several professional bodies such as, Member of Chartered Institute of Human Resources Management (MCHIRM), Member Institute of Professional Managers and Administrators if Nigeria (MIPMA) And Certified Personnel Manager (CPM), as he also holds a Master Class Certificate “Fiscal Policy Intervention in Economics Crisis” Faculty of Economic Science, Mediterranean University of Albania Southern Europe, MasterClass Course at Business Analysis School (BAS).
In his remarks, Abduljelil lauded the Council, and further affirmed his commitment to constantly deploy productivity strategies in public and private service to ensure effective conflict and resolution management of human and capital resources at his disposal for the realization of institutional or organizational goals and objectives.
Others also inducted were, Mrs Bolarinwa Adebowale Feyisara; State Counsel at Ministry of Justice, Ogun State, Mr Okunlola Ibraheem Akinwande of National Orientation Agency (NOA) Ibadan and Mr Owobo Rotimi.