We’ll be transparent, fair to all, NCPC boss tells service providers

The executive secretary, Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Bishop Stephen Adegbite, has said the Commission would be “transparent and fair to everyone who does business with NCPC.”

He said this Thursday during the opening of financial bids for air carriers and ground handlers at the Commission’s headquarters in Abuja.

“We are going to be transparent and be fair to everyone; we expect the best. NCPC is the business of God, thus when you do the work, you will get the reward. Do your own and let us do our own,” he said.

This was contained in a press statement issued by the Commission’s head of media and public relations, Celestine Toruka.

“If you are a president you should lead well; if you are a teacher you should teach well, and if you are into business let your conscience guide what you do.”

The NCPC boss, who returned from working visits to Israel and Jordan, said, “We had a wonderful time in Jordan and an excellent experience in Israel. There’s peace in Israel and all our scheduled meetings were successfully held.”

He said during his meeting in Amman, he charged the Jordanian government to ensure they improved and upgraded their Holy Sites, adding that the Commission would not accept anything less than satisfaction, especially now that the Commission had a new corporate direction “which is hinged on Service and Satisfaction.”

No fewer than six service providers participated in the financial bid opening thus: One air carrier and five ground handlers following their successful selection in the expression of interest of the bid opening conducted a few weeks ago.