LANDMARK RECEIVES NIGERIAN POSTAL SERVICES REGIONAL TEAM

On Tuesday 3rd of August 2022 Landmark University Management led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charity Aremu hosted the Management team of the Nigerian Postal Services, Ilorin District – Ibadan Zone to discuss collaboration. 

Receiving the NIPOST team, Landmark Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charity Aremu stated that with many courier services springing up in the country, there is a need for the NIPOST to improve on their service delivery to compete favourably and set a standard in the courier industry in order to sustain the confidence customers have in them, as a government institution. She assured the NIPOST of Landmark’s continuous patronage and support, positing that postal services are still much relevant today. 

Leading the team from the Ilorin District office, Mr Emmanuel Bamisaye, the State Postal Manager appreciated Landmark University for patronizing the NIPOST over the years. He noted that the organization has tremendously improved on its services as well as introduced new services for the people. Mr Bamisaye made known the Federal Government’s intention to encourage public and private organizations to patronize the Nigerian Postal Services by revamping the postage stamp policy. He revealed the scope of transaction that must carry the postal stamp for authentication. He added that new services like logistics, E-commerce, Billboard advertisement, and others have been introduced to further develop agency delivery while meeting up with the global demands in the world of postal, communications, and logistics services. 

The meeting was rounded off with a session of interaction between the two organizations to further situate the business relationship.


 

 
 

 

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