Garlands as Immigration emerges best performing agency

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The Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) has announced the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) as the best performing agency of government in the area of complaints resolution for the Month of August 2022.

In a statement made available to newsmen, the Public Relations Officer of the Service, Amos Okpu, a Deputy Comptroller of Immigration (DCI) on Sunday, said the news was contained in the recent Monthly Scorecard of the performances of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) for August 2022 released by the Enabling Business Environment Secretariat (EBES) of PEBEC.

According to Okpu “As part of efforts to eliminate unnecessary bureaucratic processes in the conduct of government business and improve the quality of service delivery, PEBEC introduced platforms through which members of the public could escalate service challenges or failures in any MDA for resolution.

“One of such platforms is the reportgov.ng App through which the public could contact MDAs to report cases of service challenge or failure for resolution. The MDAs are expected to ensure the resolution of any of such complaint (s) received within 72 hours.

“It is against this backdrop that PEBEC introduced the Monthly Scorecard to rate MDAs that are resolving complaints satisfactorily and within the stated timeline.

“Consequently, the consistent and prompt resolution of public complaints by the Service’s SERVICOM Desk and other complaints redress channels has resulted in the recent rating of the Service as the most responsive agency with a 100 percent score for the Month of August 2022,” it stated.

Reacting to the development, the Comptroller General of Immigration Isah Jere Idris, expressed appreciation for the efforts of some Personnel who have keyed into the ongoing reforms in the Service.

He assured that he will continue to pursue enhanced innovations to ensuring that service seekers on any of the operating windows get appreciable value for their time and resources.

The immigration boss enjoined members of the public to explore available means to notify the Service of any experiences of service failure or proven instances of poor conducts by any personnel for necessary actions.

He also advised members of the public to always utilize the online application and payment options for all transactions with the Service stressing that the Service has no place for cash transactions whatsoever.

 

 

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