The National Coordinator/ CEO SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli, has said that the Open Government Partnership (OGP) , will attract foreign investors when Nigeria adopts the drive towards service improvement initiatives in MDA’s.
Akajemeli made this disclosure when she paid an advocacy visit to the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency ( NIMASA) headquarters in Lagos during the week.
According to her, MDA’s must identify the processes that needs to be enhanced and justify these improvements with a buy –in from the CEO’s that will drive service improvements in Nigeria with a value –chain addition and foreign donors investments that will encourage stakeholders in the sector.
‘’We would have institutionalized drive of this initiative that is participatory to the Nigerian citizen she added’’.
The National Coordinator stated that as part of SERVICOM’s mandate, we are working with your Office to display the delightsome service improvement windows to Nigerians.
Mrs Akajemeli further said that SERVICOM is engaging with NIMASA by monitoring and evaluating the framework of their service charter and that the reviewed implementation processes would be made public to Nigerians.
‘’It’s time to tell Nigerian citizens what government is doing, as they at times don’t to know about some services rendered from the MDA’ s,’’ she said.
In his welcome remarks, the Director General/ CEO, Dr Bashir Yusuf Jamoh, said that NIMASA has been receiving many guidelines from SERVICOM that has paid off for them in their service delivery processes.
He further assured SERVICOM of NIMASA’s commitment to the OGP initiatives signed into by President Muhammadu Buhari in his drive towards citizen focused and improved service delivery that would enhance her mandate for the common good of the Nigerian citizen
He also called on the staff of NIMASA to be committed and alert to deliver efficient and timely services that would be of immense benefit to Nigerians.