In a bid to enhancing the mobility of Inspectors of the Trust, the forward-looking Director-General Mr. Mohamed Fuaad Daboh on the 9th. May 2019 allocated fifteen Motor Bikes to the Operations Division. The ceremony took place at the NASSIT Headquarters, 32 Walpole Street, Freetown. Addressing his staff and members of the Press, the Director-General described the occasion as being "auspicious" for the fact that it hinges on the core purpose of the Scheme. Mr. Daboh reiterated that since the inception of the Trust, the main focus has been on Operations and Benefits Divisions. He said it is therefore incumbent on him to continue in that line.

He informed the gathering that Bikes are used primarily for difficult terrains. In other to make the Inspectors very effective, there is every need to provide them with the necessary tools. The fifteen bikes the Directed General noted will be handed over to Inspectors in Freetown and the regional offices in Bo, Kenema, Makeni, and Kono. This is to facilitate their movement to every terrain and make their work very effectively. In his words 'nothing different has taken place it is just about doing what is to be done. He warned the officers to ensure that the bike is used for their intended purpose.  .With those few remarks, the Director-General commissioned the bikes and formerly handed them over to the Director of Operations

In his statement, the Director of Operations Mr. Amadu F. Dainkeh reiterated that the Director-General has always stressed the core functions of the Trust.  Registration .collection of contributions and the payment of benefits. This is why, when the Director-General took over leadership, he directed his focus on operation and Benefits issues. The Director said today’s event is in continuation of a series of strives made by this executive to better the work environment of their employees.  He reminded the gathering that seven months ago tool kits were distributed to Inspectors, refresher training has been conducted and several activities are lined up to make NASSIT a better work environment. He thanked the Director-General and Team for enhancing their job and promised that much improvement will be done by having such a necessary tool. He said this will reflect on the membership expansion and increase the compliance level. The Director of Operations implored the Regional Managers to take great care of the Bikes.

Making his statement the Chairman of the occasion Mr. Mohamed Bangalie mentioned that time and time again the Director-General has rejuvenated the sense of excellence at NASSIT and has brought decency in the workplace. He said under the leadership of Mr. Daboh the Trust is experiencing a Renaissance. Joe Wandor, one of the end-users of the motorbike, share similar sentiment on the Director-General during his vote of thanks.

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