Service Compact with all Nigerians, SERVICOM, expresses concern over dilapidated structure and poor facilities in some of the Federal Unity Schools in the country.
National Coordinator of SERVICOM, Mrs. Nnena Akajemeli, made this observation when she presented the SERVICOM Compliance Evaluation Report, SCER, of 34 selected Federal Unity Schools in the country to the Ministry of Education office, yesterday in Abuja.
According to Akajemeli,  the aim of SCER was to give feedback on operations and situations within Ministries, Departments, and Agencies, MDAs, finds out their strength and weaknesses to proffer solutions.
“At the time of the evaluation, it was observed that the floor of both the male and female hotels in some Schools was bad and full of deep potholes, even though both hostels were well arranged and very neat.
“These deep potholes pose a big threat to the life of students living in the hotels.
“The kitchen at Federal Government Girls’ College, Kazaure in Jigawa State, for example, was in a deplorable state as, at the time of this evaluation, leaking roof, broken floor tiles and the dining hall chairs are old and obsolete,” she observed.
Akajemeli noted that in most of the schools visited, students were complaining that there is no ambulance in the college and as such, very sick patients have to rely on alternative arrangements during emergencies.
The SERVICOM boss said such a situation was risky as it could delay quick intervention in an emergency challenge.
She, therefore, appealed for quick intervention by the Ministry of Education to salvage the situation, adding that SERVICOM will appreciate it if the ministry could rebuild the perimeter fence in some of the schools.
Responding, Minister of State for Education, Mr. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, applauded SERVICOM services across all the MDAs, as well as Nigerians in general.
Nwajiuba said SERVICOM was an agency through which the government ensures customers` satisfaction in services rendered by it to its citizens.
“I want to appreciate the efforts of SERVICOM, the office of the Presidency generally, for carrying out this service compliance in our schools.
“The evaluation reports will serve as a wakeup call to us as a ministry, the management, and the staff of our ministry who are participating in this exercise, it also serves as the warning to others to create room for improvement, ” Nwajiuba said.
The minister, however, assured the SERVICOM boss of the ministry’s response to the evaluation reports appropriating actions to salvage the situation

Mrs. Nnena Akajemeli, National Coordinator SERVICOM, presenting SERVICOM Compliance Evaluation Reports to the  Minister of State for Education, Mr. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba.


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