NIPOST will deliver affordable services —Adewusi

The Postmaster General (PMG) of the Federation and the Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST), Dr Adebayo Adewusi, has pledged the organisation’s resolve to start delivering technology- driven products and services this year.

According to Adewusi, who disclosed this in Lagos during the send-forth ceremony for Dr Michael Akpan Umo, retiring Nipost Zonal Manager, Lagos Zone, irrespective of the situation in the country this year as regards COVID 19 pandemic, the organisation would provide a reliable, affordable and secure Postal services to the customers.

According to Adewusi, it is  part  of the agenda of  NIPOST in  2021,  as an organisation, to promote technology-driven quality services and products for the satisfaction  of its stakeholders and the general public.

He urged the staff members to emulate Umo, whom he described as a simple, humble, diligent, hardworking but tough  manager, the qualities he regarded as the hallmark of an effective leader. He urged  the rest of the staff of the zone to be good Ambassadors of NIPOST.

He thanked the Lagos Zonal Management and Staff for the massive support extended to Dr Umo.

“From all that was said about Umo, it became obvious that the outgoing Lagos Zonal Manager did not just serve NIPOST for 34 years to the best of his ability but also impacted positively  on lots of colleagues and mentored many officers while in service,” he added.

The ceremony, which had the PMG as special guest of honour, was presided over by Mr Gideon Shonde, General Manager, Courier and Logistics Regulatory Department.

In attendance were all the General Managers of the various Commercial Business Units, the Deputy Zonal Managers, District Postal Managers, staff, family and friends of the outgoing Zonal Manager.

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