Ministers Anxious as President Tinubu Initiates Cabinet Reshuffle Plans

by Ohepo Ohepo

As President Bola Tinubu gets ready to reorganize his government ahead of his first anniversary in office, ministers are in a panic.

President Tinubu of Nigeria will take office on May 29, 2024, and preparations are underway to reorganize the Federal Executive Council.

Ahead of his first year in office, President Tinubu plans to launch a three-step process for evaluating his ministers and the leaders of Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs).

The intention is to create a forum where the public may offer suggestions regarding which ministers should be asked to leave and which should be kept on staff.

BusinessDay was informed on Monday by reliable sources at the Presidential Villa in Abuja that the President would introduce the platform, which would allow Nigerians to comment on how they felt about each minister’s performance.

“Three distinct levels of completion will be achieved.” First, the public can use the platform to obtain pertinent information about President Bola Tinubu’s goals for each ministry and then use that information to provide feedback on each minister’s performance in light of the set targets, according to the source.

The Policy Coordination Office will conduct an evaluation in the following phase, and a panel of consultants will provide their opinions on the Ministers’ performance in the last step.

Thus, the source continued, “these will serve as the foundation for choosing which Ministers remain in the cabinet and which ones will be let go due to subpar performance.”

President Tinubu “will drop ministers who do not deliver on their mandates,” according to Bala-Usman.

This was said by her during the commencement of a technical retreat in Uyo, the state capital of Akwa Ibom, for delivery desk officials of federal ministries. The purpose of the retreat was to train them on how to implement ministerial deliverables and presidential objectives.

“You have to realize that you are the ministerial delivery desk officers’ engine room—you are the one who will give that feedback, monitor ministerial progress continuously, report issues, and bottle to the CDCU,” she said.

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