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Prezzo Shed Investments Ltd, a leading provider of Cold-Chain and Medical equipment not only in Nigeria but also in Africa, recently hosted a glamorous End-of-Year Party and Awards ceremony in Abuja to honor its exceptional staff. The prestigious Excellence Service awards, accompanied by substantial cash rewards, were presented to deserving individuals in various categories.

Among the accolades were the Punctuality Award, Long Service Award, Best Dressed Male and Female Staff of the Year, and the coveted Accident-Free Award for drivers. Remarkable employees were thrilled to receive cash rewards ranging from N1.5 million to N500,000, among other incentives.


Emmanuel Njoku, the dynamic Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the company, expressed, "The End-of-Year Party/Service Awards aim to celebrate outstanding staff and ignite a renewed commitment to duty in the upcoming year. Prezzo Shed boasts a workforce dedicated to timely and effective service delivery."

He emphasized the importance of the annual celebration, stating, "Today marks the end of a year of hard work, and as the saying goes, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Recognizing and rewarding our workforce is a global best practice. We want to express gratitude to those who have excelled because, as they say, one good turn deserves another."

Dr. Albert Anusi, General Manager and recipient of the Long Service Award, expressed gratitude on behalf of fellow awardees, viewing the honor as a call for renewed dedication to duty. As Prezzo Shed continues to recognize and celebrate its exceptional staff, the company looks forward to another year of mutual success and growth.

Paschaline Akaleke, the Administrative/Human Resources Manager, highlighted the motivational aspect of the awards, saying, "This recognition serves as motivation for punctuality, proper dress code, and exemplary behavior. It's a token of appreciation for staff members who have dedicated five, ten, or fifteen years to the company, acknowledging their invaluable contributions."