Professionals Need To Embrace Ethical Conducts, Says Prof. Odemuyiwa

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The Special Adviser to Ogun State Governor on Technical Education, Prof. Joseph Odemuyiwa has called on all professionals in Nigeria to embrace ethical conducts appropriate to their professions in all they do.

Odemuyiwa, a Professor of Business Education and Office Systems Management made this call at the 1st conference of National Institute of Office Administrators and Information Managers held at Lead City University, Ibadan

He pointed out that the issue of professional ethics is a global phenomenon which is neccessasry for success and professional pride.

He added that professionals in medical practice, law, journalism, nursing, and teaching are expected to behave in certain ways or follow the specific conducts laid down by the professional body regulating their activities.

Odemuyiwa, further explained that, ethics or good moral behaviors are aspects that portray the principles of each profession hence any individual who is a trained professional should be acting accordingly.

Also speaking at the conference, the Vice Chancellor, Lead City University, Prof. Kabiru Adeyemo admonished that office administrators and information managers play major roles in the development of a Nation.

He called on them to always provide accurate information for better communication that will create value for individuals, organisation, communities and society.

” Office administrators and information managers play major roles in the development of a nation, Provide accurate information for better communication that would create values for individuals, organizations, communities and societies”, he urged.

Some of the dignitaries present at the conference include Prof. Jide Owoeye, Pro Chancellor, Lead City University who doubled as Chaiirman, Board of Trustees, NIOAIM, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka, immediate past VC, University of Ibadan, Dr. Tolulope Erinosho Adenekan, Head, Department of Information Management, Lead City University who also doubled as President, NIOAIM and Prof. Bunmi G. Alegbeleye, Professor of Information Resource Management, Babcok University, Ilishan Remo ogun state.

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