The Federal Government has restated its commitment to enhanced service delivery of its workforce to enhance productivity and fast track national development.
The Minister of Science, Technology, and Innovation, Sen. Adeleke Mamora, made this known when he received the national coordinator of Servicom, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli, in his office in Abuja. He averred that the ministry will continue to work with agency for desired and effective service delivery to Nigerians.
According to the minister, service delivery is the government’s business, which is necessary for the socio-economic development of the country. To this end, he enjoined Nigerians to exercise a good attitude and commitment to the progress of the country. Mamora called for the dignity of labour, which involves rewarding people in accordance with their performances, noting that there is no service delivery without dignity of labor.
Regarding perception, the minister also said: “people should see things the way they are, not the other way round, and justify them in accordance with their organization’s policies.” In the same vein, Mamora called on the Servicom unit to prioritise its projects to utilise its funds judiciously.
In her remarks, the permanent secretary of the ministry, Mrs. Monilola Udoh commended Servicom for honouring the ministry for being adjudged the best ministry in ‘Team B’ for the year 2022. She further reiterated the commitment of the ministry to work with Servicom for better and improved service delivery in 2023 and beyond.
Earlier, Akajemeli stated that the aim of their visit is to collaborate with the ministry to enhance technological development of the STI sector for more impactful results to the citizens and customers of the ministry.
In a statement by the ministry’s deputy director of press and public relations, Atuora Obed, the national coordinator further said that the delegation’s visit is to institutionalise the citizen center service delivery in the STI sector, as well as revitalise the ministry’s global Servicom committee.