SERVICOM ADVOCATES FOR MORE MINISTERIAL SERVICOM COMMITEES TO BOOST SERVICE DELIVERY INITIATIVES IN MDAs.

The National Coordinator /CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has advocated for the establishment of more Ministerial SERVICOM Committees to help boost service delivery initiatives in Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs) service wide.

This advocacy was made when the SERVICOM Coordinator, inaugurated the Ministerial SERVICOM Committee of the Federal Ministry of Works in Abuja today, 9th May, 2024.

In her speech during the inauguration, the Coordinator stated that the aim of improved service delivery in the Ministry will not be achieved if a robust SERVICOM Committee is not put in place. The establishment of a SERVICOM Committee presupposes that the entire service delivery activities of the Ministry are to be coordinated by the Committee

According to her, the SERVICOM Committee is a body of SERVICOM Officers from different Departments, Units, and Parastatals of the Ministry. Who network to build relationships for the purpose of acquiring and disseminating information towards citizens focused service delivery in the Ministry.

Speaking further, she highlighted the role of Members of the Ministerial SERVICOM Committee as Spearheading the Ministry’s service improvement programmes in accordance with best practice e.g. periodic monitoring and evaluation of project.

Producing and reviewing service charters for the Ministry, its diverse service frontlines, and monitoring its implementation by reporting quarterly on the impact of service delivery activities in the Ministry.

Providing a comprehensive and effective training policy for Frontline Staff e. g. customer care training, instituting a Complaints Procedure for the Ministry she added.

She proffered next steps forward for the Ministry to adopt such as, already developed service charter should be reviewed with best practice and made available to all clients including customers and Stakeholders using the website.

Adding that, the Ministry should institute a reward system to recognise staff who excel at the delivery of services to customers e.g. monthly/quarterly/annual best departmental staff recognition Furthermore, rregular training and re-training of staff on all aspects of service delivery to equip them with pre-requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes is key.

She also appealed, for prominence of SERVICOM news/stories on the Ministry’s publications.

In his welcome address, the Permanent Secretary Federal of Works Dr. Yakubu Kofarmatar represented by the Director Reforms Coordination and Service Improvement, Mrs C. N. Ibekwe, said that the Charter launch became necessary following the de-merging of the Ministry from the Housing sector.

He admonished members of the Ministerial SERVICOM Committee of the Ministry not to lose sight of the purpose establishing the Committee in the Ministry, which is to identify service failure and gaps and also proffer improvements.

According to him, this inauguration meeting would equip you with requisite knowledge and technical know – how to assume your role as members of the MSC.

He encouraged the MSC members to put in their utmost best and become reform champions for the Ministry.

 

Henrietta Okokon

Assistant Director Information/ Public Relations

SERVICOM CALLS FOR IMPROVEMENTS OF SERVICE DELIVERY INITITAIVES IN FCT SCHOOLS

The National Coordinator / CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has called on Management of the Federal Capital Territory Administration(FCTA), to continuously drive on improvement of service delivery initiatives in FCT Schools by benchmarking its processes with the current global best practices at all levels across board.

This call was made when the SERVICOM Office of the FCTA organized a SERVICOM Induction ceremony for over Eight Hundred inductees / Teachers as SERVICOM Focal Officers across all the Schools in the FCTA during the weekend.

This is in line with current global standards of reviewing learning standards, admission and registration processes, organizational structures, leadership models, teaching strategies and professional development.

According to the SERVICOM Boss, staff of the FCT Schools are also citizens and are the life blood of the Education sector in the FCT, hence the need to recognize that improving the quality of staff of the schools in terms of efficiency and professionalism is key in line with the renewed hope agenda of Mr. President.

Citizens today she said, are more aware of their rights, having better access to information on public services and consequently have their higher expectations for example, Admission requirement, processes, and cost of school fees., she also stated that SERVICOM, is the Government solution and answer to poor public service delivery. She stated that the FCTA SERVICOM Units most ensure foster collaborations amongst internal departments and units towards ensuring more citizen-focused service delivery across the country.

She further said that SERVICOM committee is a body of SERVICOM Officers from different Technical Service Departments that network to build relationships for the purpose of acquiring and disseminating information towards citizens focused service delivery.

The National Coordinator acknowledged the pivotal role of SERVICOM committee which is to enhance Spear heading of FCT schools as well as monitor their implementations and improving services delivery through SERVICOM compliance such as surveys.

It would also involve the production and review of service charters of the FCT schools as well as monitoring their implementations and ensuring compliance with relevant guidelines.

Managing the schools Customers Relations Policy, she emphasized would provide opportunities for customer feed- back on services such as processing complaints from aggrieved Stakeholders and parents of students for effective service delivery in the schools.

She called on the Managements of the FCT to lead the service improvement process in the schools by giving their full support to the committee, and also process in the schools’ capacity for the Committee in order to drive the service delivery initiatives (SDI) across FCT.

She lent SERVICOM support in the area of training and retraining of staff on all aspects of service delivery to equip them with pre- requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes and ensure sustained service improvement.

Earlier in his welcome address, the Head of Civil Service Mr. Samuel Atang, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Common Services, Miss Bunmi Olowokere , said that the induction ceremony of Focal Officers is coming at a time when FCT Administration is poised to ensure effective and efficient service delivery in our schools across board.

Hence the need to inculcate in our youths the value chain of excellence and initiate the culture of service delivery in schools.

According to him, the vision of FCTA is to be a world class city where innovation coupled with hard work, doggedness and determination of men and women resilient in their drive to render quality and efficient services to citizens would be promoted.

He called on the Focal Officers to embrace the culture of excellence and do due diligence in all schools as well as see the laudable initiative as a cornerstone for service excellence in FCT.

 

 

Henrietta Okokon

Assistant Director Information/ Public Relations Unit

SERVICOM Presidency

7/5/24

SERVICOM PRESENTS COMPLIANCE EVALUATION REPORTS TO MANANGEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING FUND.

The National Coordinator / CEO SERVICOM Presidency, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has formally presented SERVICOM Compliance Evaluations reports to top Management of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF).

This presentation ceremony took place today, 22nd February, 2024, at the Funds Corporate headquarters in Abuja.

In her presentation, Mrs. Akajemeli, commended the efforts and the drive of the Management of ITF in the areas of improvements in her service delivery initiatives which points to the fact that their support to the initiatives is customer- centered.

She further lauded the efforts of the ITF in ensuring innovative strides in the area of training and retraining of students on solar energy installations which is key at this point in time as solar panel is now becoming a trend in Nigeria for alternative power supply.

The SERVICOM boss   during the course of her presentation highlighted that the purpose of any legitimate government is to serve citizens through the provision of services in MDAs which are intended to make positive changes in the lives and situation of citizens.

Mrs. Akajemeli in her presentation stated that the overall objectives of the SERVICOM Compliance Evaluation is to ensure Citizens Focused Service Delivery in Ministries Departments and Agencies(MDAs). The specific objectives include identifying gaps in service delivery and making recommendations to Industrial Trust Fund to improve customer satisfaction and accountability.

The National Coordinator said that the Industrial Training Fund was chosen for evaluation to access its current state of service delivery. Fifteen (15) Offices out of the Forty (40) State Offices including the Centre of Excellence selected for assessment of their compliance with the SERVICOM index.

Furthermore, she said , that  evidence was gathered at the service windows evaluated through the following : customer interviews with trainers, trainees , SIWEs Coordinators  and SIWES students, discussions with Management, staff and partners review of  ITF key documents,  desk research which included websites of  ITF , www. Itf. gov.ng,  SERVICOM website www.servicom.gov.ng and general observations.

According her, highlights of evaluators findings were based on areas of strengths and weakness in all the service windows evaluated using the SERVICOM INDEX which is a standard tool provided and approved by the Federal Government as a standardize method for measuring and comparing performance against service standards defined by MDAs.

The SERVICOM Index she said, bordered on 5 major Drivers such as Service Delivery, timeliness, information, professionalism, staff attitude with their criterion to ascertain areas of gaps and proffer solutions that are citizens- centered.

As highlighted in the rating, the National Coordinator said that, service delivery is rated with a 3-star rating   and considered Acceptable in Fifteen (15) State Offices and the headquarters visited. This means some important aspects and criteria of service delivery are covered.

In the chart displayed, Mrs.  Akajemeli said, it shows the average performance of each driver in all the evaluated service windows and it shows that the service windows are doing relatively better in Timeliness, followed by Service Delivery, Information, Staff Attitude and Professionalism.

It is important to note that there is need for deliberate continuous improvement in order to attain higher rankings of commendable and praiseworthy she added.

The Coordinator proffered immediate quick fixes to the Management of ITF to consider both on a medium term and long term basis.

In his welcome address the Director General / CEO, Industrial Training Fund, Dr. Afiz Oluwatoyin Ogun, said that the SERVICOM Compliance Evaluation Report was a score card and quite apt and important to the Fund as it relates to the services rendered by the staff.

He further stated ITF ‘s commitment to continuously work with the SERVICOM Office for improvement and reformations around its services that are seamless and citizen centred.

“We are working assiduously to close the gaps and ensure that we meet up with the mandate and standards stipulated in our service charter” he added.

He also made an affirmation of registering and training skill-up Artisans (SUPA) in the new initiatives as mandated by Mr. President to train Artisans across it service windows that would upskill them to an international standard and make ITF stand out as one of the leading Agencies in skills acquisition service wide.

Henrietta Okokon

 

SERVICOM COMMENDS NIMASA ON SERVICE CHARTER LAUNCH

The National Coordinator/ CEO SERVICOM Presidency, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has commended the efforts of Management and Staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) for launching / presenting her Service Charter the Nigerian Public.

This commendation came on the heels of the Service Charter launch of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)recently.

While delivering her paper presentation the Coordinator said, “this is a significant step towards service improvements in the Agency” adding that the implementation of the Service Charter would determine how well NIMASA is positioned to really improve on the services provided to citizens and customers who are their clients.

According to her a service charter is a short publication that describes the service experience that can be expected from an organization, it is a document seen as a covenant or promissory note made to stakeholders by an organization about the standards they should expect to receive.

This document she said, would serve as an operational and performance enhancement tool that enshrines the trust between service providers and service takers. And must contain realistic and measurable standards of the Agency.

She further highlighted on the benefits of a service charter as an indication of NIMASA’s highest level of commitment that would promote fairness and treatment and dignified service to their teeming stakeholders.

The Service Charter she said communicates entitlements and raises expectations among customers and staff and would also enable progress to be measured and guide the activities of service provision and delivery of the Agency.

She reiterated, on the importance of implementing the service charter as this would put the entire NIMASA Management and Staff of adherence to the standards as stipulated on the Charter.

The SERVICOM Office believes that if service standards stated in the Charter are implemented, monitored and performance is reported, NIMASA would be repositioned to function optimally thereby ensuring that all customers are served right.

Achieving excellent service in NIMASA can only be enhanced through pro- active planning and focusing on ways of improving the quality of what we can do at every at every level within and outside the Agency, she added.

In his welcome address, the Director General/ CEO Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Bashir Jamoh OFR, said if we want to be great then we have to be ready to serve Nigerians.

And for us to serve we must have a Service Charter as an operating framework to serve the public effectively. She enjoined the entire Management and Staff to look into the Service Charter and Make meaningful implementation to serve the nation as whole.

Hence the need to ensure we add value to our ways of thinking and redefining the type of service we have to deliver to Nigerians. One of the ways to redefine service, he said is to align with the Renewed Hope Agenda of Mr. President, by rendering services that showcases accountability, professionalism, team work dedication and innovation, that would take the Centre stage to overcome the grievances of the Nigerian citizens.

He stressed his commitment in ensuring that NIMASA abides by the rules of engagement with the public through the Service Charter,

 

Henrietta Okokon

Public Awareness Manager

SERVICOM Presidency

7/2/24

 

 

SERVICOM BOSS ADVOCATES FOR INCREASED CUSTOMER SERVICE POSITIONING IN MDAs SERVICE WIDE.

The National Coordinator/ CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has called for proper positioning of the customer service windows across the Zonal and States in MDAs that have zonal and States Offices across Nigeria in order to serve Nigerian Citizens right.

This call was made when the National Coordinator paid an advocacy visit to the Registrar / CEO of the Environmental Health Officers Registration Council of Nigeria (ECHON)recently.

In her briefing to the Registrar /CEO, Mrs. Akajemeli stated that for ECHON,” achieving quality service delivery is no longer a choice, the lives of citizens must be touched through ECHON services, such as registration of environmental health workers, environmental health technicians and health assistants”, she said

For ECHON to achieve such a strategic method must be deployed to deliver excellent service to citizens by going the extra mile to resolve complaints promptly.

Mrs.  Akajemeli commended the efforts of ECHON’s Management for leading service improvement in the Council and urged them to further support the SERVICOM Unit with needed funding and resources’ that would enhance Service Improvement and work plan implementation and to effectively carry out monitoring and assessment of service delivery activities in Zonal and State Offices.

She emphasized on the need for the Council to inaugurate her Parastatal SERVICOM Unit at the headquarters and also nominate Focal Officers in the Zonal / States Offices of the Council that would need to be trained and retrained to strengthened the capacity of the SERVICOM Unit and desk Officers to carry out its functions in line with the Councils Mandate.

According to the Coordinator continuous training and retraining of staff on all aspects of service delivery would equip them with requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes that would ensure sustained service improvement in the Council.

She pointed out the need to develop a framework to monitor performance against set standards stated in ECHON service charter, and to also conduct regular self-assessments and surveys to both the internal and external stakeholders on effectiveness of services you provide to citizens as key factor to improving performance.

The Coordinator reiterated that for ECHON to move forward there is a need for   implementation/ monitoring of standards in service charter that ought to be fully effected in order to ensure citizen- focused service delivery.

Furthermore, ECHON SERVICOM Committee should be activated and made to meet periodically to discuss service delivery issues and share experiences on how to improve services, local Parastatal SERVICOM Committee with membership from all Departments and Units should meet at least once a month while the Global Parastatals SERVICOM Committee with membership from Zonal / State Office should meet on quarterly basis.

ECHON she equally said, should adopt wider and far reaching information dissemination strategies   to ensure all customer groups are reached this may entail using community level approach, churches / mosques.

Earlier in his welcome remarks the Registrar/CEO Environmental Health Council of Nigeria, Dr. Yakubu Mohammed Baba, assured the SERVICOM Boss of the renewed vigor the Council is bringing to bear, by optimizing and digitization of the systems to ease the registration process for Nigerians as well, as put in place training faculties that would rebuild and rebrand their services to the Nigerian citizen.

He  further disclosed that, when  ECHON is rebranded the faculties benchmark would be upgraded to a higher National Public environmental sector with key focus on practitioners  that are skill based and professional in nature  to ensure efficient service delivery in Nigeria.

 

 

Henrietta Okokon

Public Awareness Manager/Head Press

SERVICOM Presidency

16/2/24

SERVICOM BOSS ADVOCATES FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS CULTURE IN MDAs SERVICE WIDE.

The National Coordinator / CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has advocated for performance improvements culture and citizen- centered service delivery in MDAs that would promote transparency and accountability in MDAs service wide. 

This advocacy was made when the SERV ICOM Office recently hosted Nodal/ Focal Officers from various Ministerial SERVICOM Units (MSUs) under her purview to her third quarter breakfast meeting to showcase and present their third quarter Compliance reports in line with their yearly work plan in line with SERVICOM’s reporting templates and set standards.

In her opening remarks the National Coordinator appreciated all the Nodal / Focal Officers present and encouraged them to develop a culture of continuous performance improvements in their service windows across board.

According to her the task ahead is to give paper presentations that would be scored based on progress reports of their work plan, charter performance, complaints resolutions, customer surveys and professionalism as stipulated on the reporting templates.

At the end of the meeting the coordinator observed that some MDAs need to proactively come up with new innovations and initiatives that would enhance improved service performances in MDAs and make them stand out in their various in their various service delivery windows.

She further advised them to identify gaps, engage more with their stakeholders and develop tools and instruments such as questionnaires that can be used to gather information /feedbacks by service takers that would help in improving services.

 She said “by these engagements citizens’ lives would be touched through various communication channels   would in turn   showcase their brands, services and products to all their service takers.”

The Coordinator encouraged MDAs to work out modalities and strategies that are best suitable for them to deliver efficient and effective services in a fairly, timely transparently and accountably to Nigerians. 

She tasked all Nodal / Focal Officers from various MDAs serve as the eye and the ears of Management and Stakeholders and also lead by example by exhibiting virtues of honesty, fairness timeliness and hard work in the course of delivering services to their various customers.

Mrs. Akajemeli, stated that Service delivery is the Customer Service arm of the Government hence the need for all Nodal Officers to that customers’ satisfaction is paramount wherever services are rendered to service- takers who are the customers.

She informed the Officers that at the end of the breakfast meeting reports and the scores would be sent to the various CEO ‘s of the various MDAs as Scorecards to keep them abreast of the activities and drive of the SERVICOM Units.

The Coordinator reiterated that the purpose of this administration is to create Customer satisfaction through the quality of services rendered to all Nigerians and that all hands must be on deck to achieve this mantra. Hence the need for the Nodal officers to effectively utilize and harness these opportunities given.

 

Henrietta Okokon

Public Awareness Manager 

SERVICOM Presidency 

 

SERVICOM COMMENDS THE NIGERIAN PETROLEUM REGULATORY COMMISSION AT HER SERVICE CHARTER LAUNCH

The National Coordinator/ CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli, has commended the efforts of the Nigerian Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC) as the agency has automated its service Charter to the Nigerian citizens.

This commendation was made, during the Service Charter Launch of the Commission today Tuesday 20thNovember, 2023. 

In her keynote address the National Coordinator said that the official launch of NUPRC’s Service Charter marks a significant step towards service improvement in the Commission.

She however, noted that it is the implementation of the Service Charter that would determine how well the Commission is positioned to improve on the services provided to its customers.

Mrs.  Akajemeli stated that the Service Charter is short publication that describes the service experience that can be expected from an organization. It serves as an operational and performance enhancement tool that enshrines the trust between service providers and service takers. 

She explained that the Service Charter contains realistic and measurable standards such as key services and standards of the Commission.

She further stated that government delivers effective services when there is accountability between citizens and their leaders which is a multidimensional chain of relationship that links policy makers , service providers and customers.

For SERVICOM,  she said its measure of excellence lies in MDAs delivering customer focused services- the Service Charter is the operational tool to drive performance improvements.

The SERVICOM Office she said believes that if the service standards stated in the Charter are implemented, monitored and performance is reported, the Commission would be repositioned to function optimally thereby ensuring that all customers are served right.

She advised the Commission that achieving excellence service in NUPRC can only be enhanced through proactive planning and focusing on ways of improving the quality of what we do at every level within the Commission.

In his welcome address the Commissions Chief Executive, Nigerian Upstream Regulatory Commission, Engineer Gbenga Komolafe, said that excellent service exalts a nation and her productivity and that the launch of this Service Charter is a milestone for the oil and gas industry as this would entrench the culture of service excellence in NUPRC.

He further stated that the Service Charter would stimulate mechanisms that are   accountable, enterprising, professional, and transparent to the citizens.

 “We would not only meet the expectations of our teeming customers but we would exceed the expectations through our exceptional services rendered to the Nigerian citizens” he added.

 

Henrietta Okokon

Public Awareness Manager

SERVICOM Presidency

20/11/23

SERVICOM BOSS ADVOCATES FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS CULTURE IN MDAs SERVICE WIDE.

SERVICOM BOSS ADVOCATES FOR PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS CULTURE IN MDAs SERVICE WIDE.

The National Coordinator / CEO SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnenna Akajemeli has advocated for performance improvements culture and citizen- centered service delivery in MDAs that would promote transparency and accountability in MDAs service wide.

This advocacy was made when the SERV ICOM Office recently hosted Nodal/ Focal Officers from various Ministerial SERVICOM Units (MSUs) under her purview to her third quarter breakfast meeting to showcase and present their third quarter Compliance reports in line with their yearly work plan in line with SERVICOM’s reporting templates and set standards.

In her opening remarks the National Coordinator appreciated all the Nodal / Focal Officers present and encouraged them to develop a culture of continuous performance improvements in their service windows across board.

According to her the task ahead is to give paper presentations that would be scored based on progress reports of their work plan, charter performance, complaints resolutions, customer surveys and professionalism as stipulated on the reporting templates.

At the end of the meeting the coordinator observed that some MDAs need to proactively come up with new innovations and initiatives that would enhance improved service performances in MDAs and make them stand out in their various in their various service delivery windows.

She further advised them to identify gaps, engage more with their stakeholders and develop tools and instruments such as questionnaires that can be used to gather information /feedbacks by service takers that would help in improving services.

She said “by these engagements citizens’ lives would be touched through various communication channels   would in turn   showcase their brands, services and products to all their service takers.”

The Coordinator encouraged MDAs to work out modalities and strategies that are best suitable for them to deliver efficient and effective services in a fairly, timely transparently and accountably to Nigerians.

She tasked all Nodal / Focal Officers from various MDAs serve as the eye and the ears of Management and Stakeholders and also lead by example by exhibiting virtues of honesty, fairness timeliness and hard work in the course of delivering services to their various customers.

Mrs. Akajemeli, stated that Service delivery is the Customer Service arm of the Government hence the need for all Nodal Officers to that customers’ satisfaction is paramount wherever services are rendered to service- takers who are the customers.

She informed the Officers that at the end of the breakfast meeting reports and the scores would be sent to the various CEO ‘s of the various MDAs as Scorecards to keep them abreast of the activities and drive of the SERVICOM Units.

The Coordinator reiterated that the purpose of this administration is to create Customer satisfaction through the quality of services rendered to all Nigerians and that all hands must be on deck to achieve this mantra. Hence the need for the Nodal officers to effectively utilize and harness these opportunities given.

 

Henrietta Okokon

Public Awareness Manager

SERVICOM Presidency

 

: Highlight and Matters arising from Episode 219 of the SERVICOM Help Desk Radio Programme.

The Episode 219 of the SERVICOM help desk Radio programme held on the 20th of June 2023, the National Coordinator, Mrs  Nnenna  Akajemeli  and  Mrs Henrietta  Okokon  of  the Public Awareness Unit  where in the studio.

The N.C thanked the Brekete Family and said the programme has added value to the service delivery process by raising confidence and trust of citizens and connect Government to the people. She spoke on the Topic ‘’How to Challenge Service Failure’’ she described service failure as an expectation not meet when one goes to receive service in a Hospital, Bank, Airport, School or Government institutions.

She highlighted some of the causes of service failure as inadequate funding, lack of adequate information and when an officer is not at his duty post, she however advised citizens to challenge the service failure and insist they are served right at any service window

 

There were no emerging issues for SERVICOM to attend to.

Mrs Henrietta Okokon.

Public Awareness Manager.

Highlight and Matters arising from Episode 218 of the SERVICOM Help Desk Radio Programme.

The Episode 218 of the SERVICOM help desk Radio programme held on the 13th of June 2023, the National Coordinator, Mrs  Nnenna  Akajemeli  and  Mrs Henrietta  Okokon  of  the Public Awareness Unit  where in the studio.

The N.C thanked the Brekete Family and said the programme has helped in connecting service providers with service takers by driving towards improvement and holding MDA’s accountable in doing what Government ask them to do.  The Topic of  the day was ‘’Delivering Citizen Centred Service Through Customer Feedback’’. The Public Awareness Manager handled the topic and said Customer feedback is the information provided by services takers about their service delivery experiences from service providers about their product and services in a view to review customer’s satisfaction and successes.

Customer feedback is the collection of criticism which may be positive or negative but they are all useful for service providers, she said. Customer’s feedback will guide the improvement of services especially if it’s a negative one. It help MDA’s to know if they are still rendering citizens centred service delivery to their service takers, it also helps in measuring customers satisfaction, customers opinion and customers best experience.

In SERVICOM we administer customer survey form to get information of services through Emails, What Sapp and Twitter, most complainants complaint come through our mail and is forwarded to the terms concerned for necessary action. She said. You can get customer feedback through focus groups like student in the University, digital channels like Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, texting.

In her conclusion, she stated that customer feedback can also come in written, oral formal and informal method.

 

There were no emerging issues for SERVICOM to attend to.

Mrs Henrietta  Okokon.

Public Awareness Manager.