The firm rewards staff and customers for establishing quotas for COVID-19 | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Musaroq Group rewarded outstanding employees and loyal customers at a party held at its headquarters in Ipaja, Lagos, at the end of the year, for being at their best, despite the interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The ceremony was anchored by popular actor Saidi Balogun, and was attended by music stars including Waka exponent, Salawa Abeni, and the choir’s Islamic singer, Kayode Sideeq, who entertained the guests.

Speaking at the event, the president of the company, Mr. Saheed Akinbile, said that the event was organized to appreciate the dedicated staff and customers at their service and loyalty to all subsidiaries of the group over the years.

He promised that the company and its subsidiaries, including oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, food and information and technology (ICT), would continue to offer satisfactory customer service and subject their staff to regular training to satisfy customers.

The company’s founder, Ms. Uzamat Akinbile-Yussuf, revealed that a new medical branch will be opened soon.

“We are ready to open our medical diagnostics and counseling in the next few weeks, and the institution is of a modern standard. “It would not disappoint our general public, which is intended to serve and improve their health care,” she said.

The event also witnessed the unveiling of the company’s e-commerce platform which, according to Akinbile-Yussuf, is designed to further satisfy customers given the restrictions on public gathering and social exclusion stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

Numerous employees, including the administrative manager of Tunji Olubila, received gifts and commendations for their commitment to duty.