ONYINYCHI UDEMEZUE, Abuja
SERVICOM management has threatened to publish the names of all universities that are not delivering quality service in their various institutions.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on SERVICOM, Mr. Sylbriks Obriki, stated this in Abuja at the formal presentation of compliance evaluation report to the management of National Universities Commission, (NUC).
Obriki said the SERVICOM would partnered with the Commission to access the performance levels of Universities in Nigeria.
He said SERVICOM had already evaluated One hundred and eighty government agencies including eight public owned Universities in the country.
Mr Obriki noted that the evaluation process for Nigeria universities is a continuous exercise that would be carried out in the remaining public higher institutions so as to know the strength of their service delivery to citizens and bridge the gaps for satisfactory services.
In his remarks, the Executive Secretary of NUC, Prof. Julius Okojie, urged Vice-Chancellors and all stakeholders to take the recommendations of SERVICOM in good faith.
According to him, “The SEVICOM index provides for periodic conduct of evaluation exercise on government institutions on their compliance with all Nigerians’ and significance comes into bold relief in an event like this.
“This platform that provides the opportunity for us to see how well or how poorly we have performed in service delivery in the discharge of our mandates.
“It is my hope that Vice-Chancellors and all stakeholders will take the reports and recommendations of the compliance evaluation exercise in good faith in order to keep improving the system towards ensuring sustained delivery of qualitative university education”, Okojie said.