The Postmaster-General of the Federation, Dr. Ismail Adebayo Adewusi, disclosed this on Wednesday when he led a team from NIPOST to pay a courtesy call on the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa.
Pantami stated this on Tuesday in Abuja at the unveiling ceremony of NIPOST revenue stamp.
Adewusi, in his message to Nigerians on the occasion of the annual festival, said the fear of God, obedience to Him and faith are some of the virtues that have departed the society leading to many of the societal complications.
This was made known Wednesday after a meeting between the Postmaster General of the Federation and Chief Executive Officer of NIPOST, Dr. Ismail and the Executive Chairman of the EFCC, AbdulRasheed Bawa.
This was the summary of the message of the Postmaster General of the Federation and Chief Executive Officer, NIPOST, Dr. Ismail Adebayo Adewusi, when he hosted the Group President of the Silverbird Media Group, Ben Murray-Bruce, in his office in Abuja.
The meeting, held at the Sheraton Hotels, Ikeja, Lagos on Tuesday, sought to rejuvenate the existing relationship, especially in line with the challenges posed by technology to logistics operations across the world.
Idris spoke when he received in his office the Postmaster General of the Federation and Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Postal Service, Dr. Ismail Adebayo Adewusi.
Adewusi stated this shortly after revalidating his membership of the APC in his Unit 05, Ward 06 Sango-Okolo Eruwa, Ibarapa East Local Government Area of Oyo State on Saturday.
The Director of the Institute, Dr. Asuquo Abianga, who made the call during a virtual colloquium organised by NIPOST to mark the World Post Day, listed many areas where the post offices across the country could facilitate e-commerce instead of the traditional mail services of post offices, which has gone out of fashion.
The Post-Master General of the Federation, Dr. Ismail Adebayo Adewusi, who disclosed this in Abuja during a virtual colloquium to mark 2020 World Post Day ceremony, noted that NIPOST was working hand-in-hand with the National Identity Management Commission to achieve the task.
Maimuna Yaya-Abubakar, the Chairman of the NIPOST, who reiterated this position in Abuja during a virtual colloquium to mark the 2020 World Post Day ceremony, explained that there is no confusion between stamp and duty.
For this year World Post Day celebration, NIPOST is organising a virtual lecture, titled: “The Role of the Post in Digital Economy,” slated for October 8, 2020 to be delivered by Dr. Asuquo Abianga, Director, Nigerian Postal Institute.
Adewusi said that NIPOST is coming out strong from the ongoing reforms which have culminated in the birth of three other subsidiaries for customers’ satisfaction.
The Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, told the Economic Confidential in an interview that apart from the upgrade, massive awareness creation about a potential threat is a major key to curb potential cyber-attack.
According to NIPOST, in a statement, the endorsement followed the success in the interview conducted by CAC for prospective courier companies.
Responsibility of stamp duties collection between FIRS and NIPOST was raised at an interactive session on the 2021-2023 Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal Strategy Paper organised by Joint Senate Committees on Finance and National Planing in Abuja on Thursday.
This was contained in a statement by Franklin Alao, NIPOST General Manager, Communications, on Monday.
The Chairman of NIPOST, Maimuna Abubakar, first raised the alarm, while FIRS in a statement on Tuesday said it was only working based on its mandate.
Dr. Muda Yusuf, LCCI Director-General, said in a statement on Sunday in Lagos that a framework in which NIPOST was both a regulator and an operator was detrimental to the development of courier business in the country, and inconsistent with best practices globally.
The Minister made this known through his Twitter handle on Saturday.