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Fear grips ministers as Tinubu sets to reshuffle cabinet over non-performance

Ministers are currently in panic mode as President Bola Tinubu prepares to replace his cabinet ahead of his year anniversary in office.

President Tinubu’s first year in office as Nigeria’s leader will begin on May 29, 2024, and efforts to restructure the Federal Executive Council are underway.

President Tinubu intends to launch a three-step process to evaluate his Ministers and heads of Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) ahead of his first year in office.

The goal is to give a venue where members of the public can submit feedback on the ministers who will be kept and those who may be asked to go.

Credible sources at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, reveal that the President would unveil the platform, allowing Nigerians to submit feedback on their appraisal of each minister’s performance.

“This will be done at three different levels. First, you have members of the public who can through the platform, get relevant information on the President Bola Tinubu’s targets for each Ministry and through that give feedback on the performance of each Minister based on the targets provided,” the source said.

“The next stage will be evaluation carried out by the Policy Coordination office, and lastly, a group of Consultants will also give their assessments on the Ministers performance.

“So, these will be the basis for determining which Minister stays and those that will leave the cabinet because of poor performance,” the source added.

Bala-Usman had indicated that President Tinubu “will drop ministers who do not deliver on their mandates.

She had stated this at the opening of a technical retreat organised for delivery desk officers of federal ministries to train them on implementation of presidential priorities and ministerial deliverables in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom state capital.

“You must understand that as ministerial delivery desk officers, you are the engine room that will provide that feedback, constantly track ministerial progress, report challenges, and bottle to the CDCU,” she stated.

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