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SERVICOM donates food items to inmates, rehabilitation centre

National Coordinator of SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli with Prison Officers at the Kuje Correctional Centre, Abuja

The National Coordinator and Chief Executive Officer of SERVICOM, Nnenna Akajemeli has called on prison officials and care-givers to be proud of their service to humanity.

Mrs Akajemeli made the call during a visit to Kuje Correctional Centre and a Rehabilitation Centre at Gwagwalada area council of Abuja.

She said the visit was part of SERVICOM’s corporate social responsibility to encourage the inmates to keep faith alive.

The SERVICOM boss urged the prisoners to turn a new leaf and become good citizens after serving their jail terms.

“SERVICOM is celebrating and acknowledging in a special way the officers who go extra mile while putting their lives on the line to render efficient and excellent services to the inmates,” Mrs Akajemeli pointed out.

The SERVICOM head also visited orphanage homes, where she urged care-givers and their wards to keep on the good work and keep the flag flying as they continue to touch the lives of ordinary Nigerians.

National Coordinator and Chief Executive Officer of SERVICOM, Mrs Nnenna Akajemeli and SERVICOM Public Awareness Manager, Mrs Henrietta Okokon and children at the Rehabilitation Centre at Gwagwalada area council in Abuja.

The SERVICOM CEO said the Federal government has touched the lives of many Nigerians by virtue of “delightsome services rendered through the various service windows across the nation”.

She assured her hosts that SERVICOM would intensify its efforts in ensuring that citizens-centred service delivery were sustained, while entrenching customers’ satisfaction at all levels.

Responding, Welfare Officer of the Nigeria Correctional Centre, Felix Uzobu, and Representative of Anawim Orphanage home, Veronica Ojiezele, commended SERVICOM for its kind gesture.

Reporting by Adeniyi Bakare; Editing by Tony Okerafor