By Sule Aliyu, Bauchi
The Post Master General and CEO of Nigeria Postal Services, NIPOST Bisi Adegbuyi, has charged students to imbibe the culture of writing letters and reading to developed English language skills and talent of communication in the country.
Bisi Adegbuyi, give the advice at the marking ceremony of World Post day yesterday at General post office Wunti Bauchi, said students need to imbibe the habit of writing letter to enable the development skills of writing.
Representing by Universal Post Union UPU Director General Bishar A. Hussein, said we will also be celebrating the younger generation, who are not losing the habit of writing even in the age of technology.
He called for increased effort to abolished old practices which persist because of lack of socioeconomic development.
The NIPOST boss stressed that world post day was main to raise awareness of the posts role in the everyday lives of people and businesses, as well as its contributions to global social economic development.
In his remark the Zonal Manager Bauchi Zone Mr Egwu I Egwu, represented by Deputy Zonal Manger Isa Barau Hassan, said the zone is determined to develop youth through postal education and letter writing competition.
He said the Zonal office is determined to provide efficient and effective service delivery to the people in the zone.
The Zonal Manager said the zonal commenced motorization exercise of road network in the zone for fast and easy mail connection, adding “our commitment as a zone is to rededicate ourselves to duty to serve our community better”.