Samarinda, East Kalimantan (ANTARA) – The Banjar people of East Kalimantan have been urged to develop their human resources in response to the transfer of the Indonesian capital (IKN) to the province so that they can compete professionally.
“The people of Banjar must now prepare to continue improving their skills in response to the transfer of the new national capital to East Kalimantan Province,” said East Kalimantan Banjar Bubuhan Harmony Chairman General, Irianto Lambrie, at an organized event. at the plenary hall of the Madya Sempaja sports building in Samarinda on Saturday.
The National Capital Bill was ratified at a plenum meeting of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, he noted. Thus, he set the ball rolling for the establishment of the new national capital in East Kalimantan, he said.
He called the bill a blessing to be grateful for, which could translate into efforts to improve the quality of human resources so that the people of Banjar can contribute to nation building.
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“We have to keep increasing our potential, keep improving the quality in order to have a strong competitiveness to face the (always changing) times, including to respond to the transfer of the national capital,” Lambrie said.
He reminded the Banjar people to be united and not to be easily provoked by any issue that might jeopardize their unity and integrity.
He said the encore was in line with the event’s theme, which emphasized values such as harmony, unity and strength.
The event was also attended by the Deputy Governor of East Kalimantan, Hadi Mulyadi, Sultan Khairul Saleh Mustaim Billah of Banjar Sultanate, representatives of associations of various ethnic groups and hundreds of people.
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