ABUJA – The Permanent Secretary, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Chinyeaka Ohaa, has described the nation’s capital city infrastructure as the best in the entire country.
He made the disclosure during the induction of FCTA SERVICOM officials and inauguration of FCTA Ministerial SERVICOM committee last week in Abuja, remarking that Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) engineers have always been in the hall of fame due to their sterling performance.
Represented by a Director in his office, Udo Samuel Atang, the PS charged SERVICOM programme officers to ensure they remain courteous as the Administration is committed to deliver the best service to residents of the territory, while urging officers to always refrain from actions that could impact negatively on the operations of the administration.
According to him in a press statement made available to newsmen in Abuja by the aide of the Permanent Secretary, Tony Idey, he said: “We have the best infrastructure in the whole country. Our engineers are exceptional; they have always been rated high among their colleagues. FCDA has the greatest number of fellows you can think of in the country.
“I therefore urge you to be courteous and ensure you render the best service to people that seek services from FCT.As you all know FCT is a role model, so we cannot afford to lag behind in any area.”
Ohaa urged SERVICOM officers to ensure they monitor all service rendering agencies with a view to avoiding any infraction.
He further revealed that in recognition of SERVICOM as the bedrock for improved service delivery in public service, the FCT SERVICOM has established a robust synergy with the Office of the National Coordinator of SERVICOM.
He further stated that, “The Administration is happy for the strong nexus which has been established between FCT SERVICOM and the National Coordinator of SERVICOM.With this; there is now a platform to monitor some actions and inactions of all officer.”
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