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Museum Staff Undergo Technical Training In Calabar


At least, 16 permanent and non-permanent staff of a private museum in Calabar, The Royal Museum are undergoing a 5-day technical training to enable learn the rudiments of museum management.
This was confirmed by the Director of the museum, Christ Ambassador Parkson Brownson Edjeketah in a statement to journalists.
He said the training which is to be handled by experts, including Mr. Nathaniel Mayo Adediran, former Director General of the National Commission for Museum and Monuments (NCMM) as well as Mrs. Helen Bassey Osijo, CEO BahnWelle Ltd. are some of the requirements needed by NCMM before it can be registered and certified.
He said the founder and proprietor of the museum, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu has given his approval and supports for the training.
“The Holy Father has approved the BCS Royal Museum Training Program for sixteen nominees to attend. The training shall commence Monday 17th-Friday 21st June 2019. Venue: BCS WHQS secretariat, Green Building, 1st Floor. Time: 8.00 a.m. prompt”, the statement said.
Edjeketah said the training will expose the staff to and equip them with the knowledge of modern and scientific management of private museum.
The Royal Museum custodies rare religious artefacts collected from around the world, including the works and paraphernalia of Leader Olumba Olumba Obu, the Sole Spiritual Head and founder of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, which is a mega spiritual organization.


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