Bawa wins SERVICOM award for ‘quality service’
The Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Abdulrasheed Bawa, on Thursday in Abuja, received an award of distinction and quality service from SERVICOM.
The National Coordinator/Chief Executive, SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli, presented the award at a one-day stakeholders forum for directors of reforms, nodal officers, public relations officers and Civil Society Organisations.
Noting that the event was aimed at sustaining service delivery enlightenment campaigns on the damaging effects of service failures, Akajemeli commended the EFCC for raising the bar in strengthening the service delivery campaign.
The spokesperson for the anti-graft agency, Wilson Uwujaren made the development known on Thursday in a statement obtained by our correspondent.
Uwujaren said, “She (Akajemeli) said the award was given in recognition of the Executive Chairman’s dedication and support in achieving SERVICOM’s vision and mission.
“The SERVICOM boss advocated for policies to be implemented to ensure ordinary Nigerians feel the impact of good governance and citizens are better served while engaging participants on the need for synergy in realizing the dream of good governance at the forum.”
Other ministries, departments and agencies recognised at the forum included the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission, the Federal Road Safety Commission, and the Federal Inland Revenue Service.
“The award given to the EFCC Chairman is the latest by SERVICOM, which had last year recognised the EFCC as the best parastatal in service delivery in Nigeria, while Bawa was equally honoured as the second best Chief Executive for his commitment to improved and customer-focused service delivery,” Uwujaren added.