Nigerian Postal Service

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Nigerian Postal Service
State-owned (government monopoly)
IndustryPostal administration
FoundedNigeria (1987)
HeadquartersNigeria
Key people
Mallam Ibrahim Mori Baba PMG/CEO
ProductsFirst Class mail, Domestic Mail, Logistics
Revenueunknown
WebsiteOfficial Website

The Nigerian Postal Service, abbreviated as Nipost, is a government-owned and operated corporation, is the Nigerian postal administration responsible for providing postal services in Nigeria.[1] It has more than 20,000 employees and runs more than 5,000 post offices. The Nigerian Postal Service also have the following Business Ventures, EMS, Bulk Post Venture, NIPOST Central Workshop, Philatelic Services, Courier Regulatory Services, Parcel Post Venture and Nipost PostCash.

Nigeria is a member of the West African Postal Conference.[2]

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