Charles James, Michuzi TV
THE GOVERNMENT through the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Communications, the telecommunications sector in the country has appealed to the executives of the Public Post Office under the telecommunications sector to work for greater results with the aim of uplifting the organization by making changes that citizens will enjoy.
This was stated by the secretary general of the telecommunications sector, Dr. Zainab Chaula during the opening of the working session of the orientation seminar on leadership and performance training for employees of the State Post Office.
“First we have to work hard ‘means the result, the result is to serve the community by creating employment opportunities and economic opportunities and do not forget we have already entered the middle economy so for the next five years we must go to a high middle economy” said Chaula.
He added that the current Tanzania is a digital country due to the existence of the use of various systems used in our daily lives including the use of information, residential addresses in general Post your wallet.
For his part, the postmaster general of Dodoma region, Hassan Mwang’ombe explained some of the services that the institution has been providing where one of those services are including the presence of mother services ie EMS, mail services, regular mail services and money.
Other services are BICOM online business, foreign exchange service, revenue collection, photocopy service, banking services, various government payments and agency services that have already reached various stakeholders including the NECTA Examinations Council, TCU, NMB, CRDB, TREASURY, TPB and TANESCO.
The training was officially opened on the 14th of September 2020, where it is expected to last for five days with the main objective of ensuring that the POSTA government institution makes changes in ensuring its services grow productive and beneficial to the public so that the community can recognize and use the system. the same perfectly.
Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications Dr Zainab Chaula talking to Post Office staff at the opening of the working session of the POSTA civil service training seminar. training aimed at discussing leadership and workplace issues.
Postmaster General, Hassan Mwang’ombe talking to participants from various regions of the POSTA in the country during the opening of the working session of the five-day training seminar in Dodoma.
Participants of the POSTA Public Government Institution at the opening session of the five-day performance and leadership training seminar in Dodoma launched by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications, Dr Zainab Chaula.