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Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by Islie: 12:47pm On May 20
....Deliverables based on Administration’s eight priority areas are criteria


Yusuf Alli


President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is expected to receive the scorecard of members of his cabinet this week.

The Administration will be one year old next week, but the ministers will clock nine months in office tomorrow, having been sworn in on August 21 last year.

The scorecard of special advisers and heads of key departments and agencies will also likely be delivered to the President.

Forty-eight ministers were inaugurated by the President but they are now reduced to 46, following the departure of Minister of Labour and Employment Simon Lalong, who resigned to take up his seat at the Senate following his victory at the Court of Appeal.

He left the government on December 20.

Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Dr. Betta Edu has been on suspension since March 6 to allow a probe into allegations of misdeed in her ministry.


There is anxiety in the cabinet over whether the assessment report will lead to a reshuffle or removal of some ministers.

Although the report was compiled by Special Adviser on Policy and Coordination/ Head of Central Coordination Delivery Unit (CDCU) Hajiya Hadiza Bala-Usman, the President has the final say on it.

The criteria for the performance assessment of the ministers were spelt out after the retreat which followed their inauguration.

This is based on deliverables of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) members on the eight priority areas of the Administration. These are:

• Reforming the economy to deliver sustained and inclusive growth;

• Strengthening national security for peace and prosperity;

• Boosting agriculture to achieve food security;

• Unlocking energy and natural resources for sustainable development;

• Enhancing infrastructure and transportation as enablers for growth;

• Focusing on education, health, and social investment as essential pillars of development;

• Accelerating diversification through industrialisation, digitisation, creative arts, manufacturing, and innovation; and

• Improving governance for effective service delivery.

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The ministers have been undergoing quarterly performance appraisals by the CDCU.

Although the unit had submitted an interim report, the first-year assessment was said to be “crucial” to shaping the focus of the 36 months left in the first tenure of the President.

A top source, who spoke in confidence, said: “The President may receive the first year performance evaluation of the ministers, advisers and even strategic departments /agencies.

“The CDCU has subjected the ministers and others to a quarterly assessment.

“From the outset, the ministers signed a performance bond. And the bond will determine their fate.

“There was also a Citizens’ Delivery Tracker App used to monitor the performance of the ministers and their portfolios. Nigerians’ verdict may also count too.

“But whatever is the eventual decision on the ministers, it is the prerogative of the President.”

On how the ministers will be rated, a top source said: “It has been based on the eight priority areas of the President. They are already aware of the key indices.”

At the commencement of the evaluation process, Hajiya Bala-Usman said: “For each of these priority areas, we agreed on specific deliverables and developed Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which formed the basis for the Performance Bond which all ministers and permanent secretaries signed with the President in November 2023.

“These parameters will guide the Quarterly Assessments and Annual Scorecards, which the CDCU is mandated to present to the President.”

https://thenationonlineng.net/tinubu-likely-to-get-ministers-performance-record-this-week/


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Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by aariwa(m): 12:54pm On May 20
Is he expecting a stellar performance from the incompetent quacks he surrounded himself with? Directing underground criminal activities to mob leaders in drug empires and bribery with stolen money to get what you want is vastly different from good governance and national development. The later is more difficult as it requires more mental capacity to achieve which unfortunately tinubu doesn’t have and why Nigerians didn’t vote him until Mahmoud did the unexpected

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Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by magoo10(m): 12:57pm On May 20
despite all the 1st class chicago hyping tinubu is not performing more than buhari.
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by freemanq(m): 1:03pm On May 20
I foresee f9 everywhere
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by Racoon(m): 1:04pm On May 20
Someone who is a catastrophic failure is expecting stellar performance from his band-F ministers. Hehehe!
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by helinues: 1:19pm On May 20
Toh
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by Melagros(m): 2:14pm On May 20
COMRADES, the performance records will be 0/0
Last last when will he release his performance records to Nigerians? Nonsense, incompetent and illegitimate president of Liegeria
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by Dsimmer: 2:22pm On May 20
Tinubu is trying his best. The truth is Buhari already mortgaged a lot of Nigeria crude oil for several months before he left while the money can't be accounted for but was stolen before Tinubu assumed power. Anyways, the best way to improve Nigeria is to return back to regionalism.
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by DMerciful(m): 3:41pm On May 20
Motion with movement.

Appearing to be busy but doing nothing.

Tinubu is a disaster
Islie:

....Deliverables based on Administration’s eight priority areas are criteria




https://thenationonlineng.net/tinubu-likely-to-get-ministers-performance-record-this-week/


Nlfpmod
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by DMerciful(m): 3:42pm On May 20
Why are you trying to give Tinubu a soft landing? Tinubu is by far worse than Buhari
magoo10:
despite all the 1st class chicago hyping tinubu is not performing more than buhari.

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Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by Alhajikd: 3:45pm On May 20
grin
Re: Tinubu Likely To Get Ministers’ Performance Record This Week by ijustdey: 10:41am On May 21
Cc Nlfpmod

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