The Managing Director, Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Dr. Christian Oboh has advocated the crafting of a deliberate mechanism that would periodically evaluate the performance status of government agencies.
He stated this during the inauguration and launching of the NDDC SERVICOM Charter in Port Harcourt.
Dr. Oboh noted that through periodic evaluation MDAs will be more focused in service delivery procedures and guarantee a firm process of driving government policies.
“What we are doing here today should not just end on paper; there should be regular assessment of our performance as an agency of government”. The Managing Director admonished.
While emphasizing that service Charters were essential tools for constructive engagement, he sued for service anchored on timeliness, fairness, honesty and transparency.
In his speech, the Senior Special Assistant to the President and National coordinator SERVICOM, Mr. Sylbriks Obriki said the launching of the Charter further strengthened the efforts of the present NDDC Board to entrench the culture of continuous improvement in service delivery.
He noted “I sincerely hope that such commitment and enthusiasm as demonstrated here today are sustained for the SERVICOM initiative to make impact in NDDC and add value to the Transformation Agenda of the Federal Government”.
On his part, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator Pius Anyim, represented by Mr. Joseph Onyeke, commended the management for embracing SERVICOM saying “it will create awareness amongst the staff on the new service delivery initiative”.