US based Nigerian mother, Viola Ifeyinwa Okolie has taken to her verified Facebook page to call out the Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST, for allegedly pilfering the packages she sent to her people at home in Nigeria. According to her post, the packages in question includes items like iPhone, Apple Watch, Google home, Calvin Klein body bag, Aldo satchel.
Unfortunately, some of these items did not make it to their final destination as there were removed by an unknown person along the delivery route. In the said post, she alleged that items like Apple Watch, Google home and iPhone were all missing as her sister in law picked up the package on Friday, November 4, 2022.
Lamenting over the ugly situation, she revealed that she had already spent over one hundred US dollars ($100) to have these items delivered to the beneficiary who’s back home here in Nigeria, only to be subjected to this sort of heartbreaking treatment. Further, she made it known that she’s certain the missing items were removed in Nigeria, and also not by government agencies, else they would have called her over that.
While she equally shared evidences to solidify her claims, she also lamented that these sort of thing still have a dwelling place in the country, Nigeria.
In as much as this incident is still allegation, and the account of the other party regards this incident is still not available, we cannot say that this speaks volumes of our country. No way, we cannot. These are the sort of attributes that have continued to negatively affect the image of our fatherland, more especially on the global stage.
I can’t really tell if most of these people lack the basic orientation about the ethics of their job. Yes, because you can’t really explain how these employees indulge in these sort of act without first, considering the position of the country. It is obvious they lack the basic orientation about the nature of their job, as it is one of the jobs/careers around the world that demands utmost honesty and straightforwardness from you in the course of discharging your duties.
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