SERVICOM boss urges NIPOST to heighten service delivery



The National Coordinator and Chief Executive Officer SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli has called on the management of the Nigerian Postal (NIPOST) to step up and improve on delivery standards of the agency.

This call was made when the National Coordinator made a presentation of the SERVICOM Compliance Evaluation (SCE) Reports to the Ministry of Communication and Digital and the NIPOST Management, today Wednesday 3rd February, .

Mrs Akajemeli, in her presentation said that SERVICOM selected for assessment and compliance using index measurement to evaluate   Twenty – (22) General post offices and the headquarters nationwide.

The Coordinator stated that evidences gathered at the windows evaluated were through customer interviews, discussions with management, staff and partners, review of key documents, desk and general observation.

According to Mrs Akajemeli, highlights from the reports indicated strengths and weaknesses in various degrees of weighting. Part of the significant strengths she said, was that of   well-established culture of respect  accorded to customers by the staff of the postal , as well as “first come first serve policy” were observed.

While some weaknesses she said include inadequate operational vehicles and postal bikes for post men were broken down and insufficient, which also  contributed to delays in moving mails from one location to the other.

It was also observed that most of the General Post Offices visited had inadequate office accommodations and  also lacked working tools such as tables’ chairs and computers amongst others.

She called on the Ministry and agency to step up on their delivery processes that are citizens centred through efficient delivery, timeliness adequate creation, professionalism and staff .

She proffered immediate quick fixes that will catalyse efficient service delivery processes across all the post offices nationwide.

In his response to the presentation made by SERVICOM, Mr Yahaha  Rufia, who  represented the Post Master General of Mr Emmanuel Adewusi, said that the report was fair and craved the indulgence of the Ministry to assist the agency in some of it processes.

In his remarks, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Communication and Digital , Engineer Festus Yusuf Dauda, assured SERVICOM Team that the reports would be looked into by the Ministry and   also promised to work assiduously  in ensuring improvements in services rendered by the Ministry and NIPOST.

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