The newly appointed Director General of Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR), Dr. Joseph Ochogwu, has promised open door policy with the staff.
In a meeting, the Director General, who charged the IPCR staff on the need for unity, said he’s going to operate a high level of inclusivity.
He said: “This is the time to act. Let’s work together for the progress of the Institute. I am going to do all it takes to move the Institute forward. Let’s work as a team. I have a mandate to deliver, I don’t have too much time to waste.
“I got this job by the grace of God, that’s why I can’t afford to fail the government or the Institute.”
The DG, who promised to open up the system to avoid petitions and protest, further charged the staff on the need for value for themselves and the Institute.
He charged the staff and the directors to work closely for the progresses of the Institute.
Meanwhile, the Director General on Wednesday played host to the visiting Kofi Anna International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC).
KAIPTC, whose mission was to collaborate with the Institute on peace and security, was led by its Commandant, Major General Richard Addo Gyane.
The DG assured the KAIPTC that the Institute will look at the areas they can bring their knowledge to counter the menace of insecurity, adding, “I think this collaboration is very significant.”