The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has stressed the importance of collaboration among Federal Government agencies.
According to the Zonal Controller of Enugu Zone of the Commission, Ogbonnna Ugama, such collaboration has assisted the Commission to achieve some of its goals.
Besides, Ugama said the level of collaboration existing between government agencies has contributed to a healthy approach to meeting the strategic objectives of different organisations.
Ugama spoke when he received the leadership of the Enugu Chapter of the Association of Heads of Federal Government Establishments (AHFGEs), on behalf of the Executive Vice Chairman of the Commission, Prof Umar Danbatta in Enugu.
Ugama told the AHFGEs delegation, which was on a courtesy visit,that the NCC has over the years partnered with many organisations, both within the private and public sector and that such partnerships have helped to enhance the performance of the sector in terms of contribution to the national economy.
He said this has informed the Commission to place a lot of premium on collaboration as an item of agenda in its strategic mission. Ugama also said the leadership of NCC has developed the Strategic Management Plan (SMP) 2020-2024 and the Strategic Vision Implementation Plan (SVP) 2021-2025 as roadmaps towards accomplishing its mandate, with collaboration as one of focus areas of regulatory pursuit.
He conveyed the EVC’s appreciation to the leadership of AHFGE for seeking greater collaboration with NCC.
Earlier, the Chairperson of Enugu Chapter of AHFGE, Ifeoma Ijetta, who commended the NCC Zonal Office for approving to host the next meeting of AHFGE’s in Enugu, emphasised the importance of strategic collaboration among Federal Government Establishments for effective service delivery to the citizens.
“The success of the government is measured by the collective success of all component units delivering on their different mandates and we are happy with NCC’s positive honour for our proposal and noted commitment to collaboration and partnership,” she said.