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Christmas: HuCaPAN Felicitates Members, Preaches Love

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The President of the Human Capital Providers Association of Nigeria (HuCaPAN), Dr. Femi Ogunlowo has felicitated with members of the Association and Christians generally on the celebration of this year’s Christmas.

In a press release signed by HuCaPAN’s Executive Secretary, Mr. Jide Afolabi, Ogunlowo urged members to embrace the love and unity that the birth of Christ preaches.

The statement reads:
“On behalf of the Executive Committee of this great Association, I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year ahead. May your Christmas be filled with joy and happiness, so that it leaves you with special unforgettable memories. And as the New Year unfolds, may it bring everything that you could ever hope for and more in Jesus’ mighty name.”

“May I enjoin you to see this celebration as an avenue to reflect on the activities of the past and hope for what the future intends to offer.

“By and large, I want us all to give adequate support to the Association in our quest to take it to a greater heights. HuCaPAN is God’s initiated project and it has come to stay.” He stressed.

Ogunlowo wished everyone unending joy and happiness as we celebrate this auspicious occasion.

The Human Capital Providers Association of Nigeria (HuCaPAN) is the umbrella organization of licenced recruiters in Nigeria, also known as Private Employment Agencies (PEAs). It was midwive by the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) and the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, with international guidelines from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in 2007.

HuCaPAN provides a platform for Private Employment Agencies to interact with the regulatory body (government), labour communities, and other relevant institutions within and outside Nigeria to develop and promote International Labour Organisation (ILO) standards and ethical practices in recruitment, deployment, and Management of Manpower in Nigeria.

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