By Okon Okon
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Customer Service Week is observed world-wide every first week of October.
In view of the relevance of quality services rendered, Akajemeli used the occasion to specifically commend the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
“ Indeed, we commend all foot soldiers, all those who render quality services from the different windows – talking about front line desk officers who work Ministries Departments and Agencies.
“We to also commend Mr Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman of the task force for the work done to check the pandemic.
“`We want to appreciate the soldiers who died in the course of saving lives during insurgency attacks, the media among others for their selfless services to move the nation forward.
“They deserve commendation as we are marking the service week because they were at the fore front serving lives, touching lives and doing the needful, “ she said.
According to her, the successes recorded in the nation`s governance could be attributed to acknowledgment of each others` vision across all sectors of the country, thereby working together for such achievements.
The SERVICOM boss, therefore, used the service week to advice Nigerians and those at the helm of the affairs in particular, to utilise everyone`s skills to do more.