Episode 39 of the SERVICOM Help Desk Radio Programme held on the 13th November 2018 and it featured National Orientation Agency (NOA) where Director, Reforms Coordination and Service Delivery Malam Jibrin Salisu and Deputy Director Reforms Coordination and Service Delivery Mr. Omowa Adelekan represented the Agency.
The National Coordinator and Chief Executive of SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli reiterated the essence of the programme saying it was to get information and feedback from the public on which MDAs can be held more accountable. She explained that NAFDAC representatives will come back to address more issue and concerns which were not addressed at the last episode.
The National Coordinator disclosed that collaboration had begun between the SERVICOM Office and NOA on massive public sensitisation to discourage irregular immigration by Nigerian Youths based on the pathetic experience shared in the studio some months ago by a group of Libyan returnees.
NOA Director Reforms Coordination and Service delivery Malam Jibrin Salisu said The main objectives of the Agency, as provided in Decree 100 of 1993, are to ensure that Government programmes and policies are better understood by the general public and to mobilize favourable public opinion for such programmes and policies
According to The Deputy Director Reforms Coordination and Service delivry, Mr Omowa Adelekan, NOA works closely with the people all Local Government Area, and collates security report and sends a feedback to the Government, noting that such reports are not for public consumption.
Mr. Adelekan who is also the SERVICOM Nodal Officer of the Agency, said the NOA is in every Local Government Area for easy engagement with people at the grass root and will soon begin mass voters education in view of the coming general elections, though paucity of funds was affecting the maximum operations of the Agency.
A Tripartite committee was set up comprising SERVICOM Office, the Nigerian Police and Barrister Imam Aliyu on an alleged rape case at karimajiji Area of FCT, which was reported in the studio by the FCT Chapter of the Nigerian Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) and corroborated by mother of the 7 year old victim.