• World Bank study blames low productivity for poor service delivery

    World Bank study blames low productivity for poor service delivery

    A research report has revealed that low productivity of workers rather than the availability of personnel or geographical structures are the factors responsible for poor service delivery in Nigeria’s education and health sectors.

    While appealing for increased spending, the study, which was conducted by the World Bank in partnership with the African Economic Research Consortium and the African Development Bank Group, suggested improved services to address the identified issues.

    At a two-day workshop with the media and civil society organisations in Abuja, […]

  • Presidency hails UNILORIN’s commitment to quality service delivery

    Presidency hails UNILORIN’s commitment to quality service delivery

    The Presidency has commended the commitment of the management of University of Ilorin to quality service delivery to its students and other stakeholders.

    The Acting National Coordinator, SERVICOM Office of the President, Mrs Nnenna Akajimeli, gave the commendation on Wednesday at the launch of Service Charter of the university.

    She described the Service Charter, ratified by SERVICOM, Presidency, as suitable and implementable both in context and content.

    She said that the launch was an attestation and demonstration of the commitment of the University […]

  • NYSC to partner Servicom for better service delivery

    NYSC to partner Servicom for better service delivery

    The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) said it will partner with Servicom to improve quality service delivery to youth corps members during their one year compulsory service.

    Speaking when he received the acting national coordinator of Servicom, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli, in his office in Abuja yesterday, the director-general of NYSC, Brigadier-General Sule Kazaure promised to upgrade its service charter for better performance.

    Kazaure also assured that NYSC would ensure that serving corps members are moulded to take up leadership positions, adding that […]

  • Lagos to Kick out Danfo Buses, Takes Delivery of $14.6m Light Rail Coaches

    Lagos to Kick out Danfo Buses, Takes Delivery of $14.6m Light Rail Coaches

    The Lagos state government, on Friday revealed plans to phase out the 14-seater commercial buses popularly referred to as ‘Danfos’ and other rickety buses over concerns for the safety of the buses plying roads in the state.

    Lagos state commissioner for transportation, Dr Dayo Mobereola made this known while addressing newsmen at the 2016 ministerial press briefing in commemoration of the first year in office of the state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, in Alausa, Ikeja. Mr. Mobereola said that plans have been […]