Ministry of Information commemorates Client Service Week

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The Deputy Minister for Information assuming the duties of a Client Service Officer for the day

The Ministry of Information has kicked-started its annual International Client Service Week to appreciate its stakeholders, partners, service providers and clients for their loyalty and commitment.

The week-long event which spans from today October 3rd to Friday, October 7, 2022 is to celebrate customers and interact with them to deepen relationships and identify ways of improving the Ministry’s service experience in line with its vision of being government’s foremost communication outfit.

Drawing on a quote from renowned motivator, Ralph Marston in her address at the opening ceremony at the Ministry’s premises, Deputy Minister for Information, Madame Fatimatu Abubakar underscored the need for the celebrations.

She said the celebrations provide the Ministry with the opportunity to strengthen its relationship with clients.

“We at the Ministry of Information after several months of partnering with you to regularly keep the country informed on the numerous policies and programmes rolled out by government to facilitate socio-economic development see this period as another opportunity to celebrate your service and hard work,” she said.

She also used the opportunity to thank staff of the Ministry for their enormous support in making the Ministry a client friendly institution.

Client Service Week is an international celebration of the importance of customer service and of the people who serve and support customers on daily basis. It is celebrated annually during the first week of October.

Source: MOI (PR Unit)

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