11.3 C
Tuesday, May 28, 2024
HomePoliticsTinubu to set new targets for Wike, Keyamo, Umahi, other ministers

Tinubu to set new targets for Wike, Keyamo, Umahi, other ministers


Related stories

Champion Newspaper Honours Izunaso With Senate of The Year Award

By Goodluck Ikiebe The Chairman Senate Committee on Capital Market...

Edo 2024 Guber Poll: PDP Unveils 200 Member Campaign Council

By Goodluck B Ikiebe The Edo State Chapter of the...

Edo 2024 : Era of Artificial Intelligence As Campaign Begins Ahead of Poll in September

By Austin Isikhuemen Edo gubernatorial election is scheduled for September...

Edo 2024 : Major Political Parties Battle For Reconciliation As Campaign Set To Begin

By Our Correspondent The battle over who succeeds Governor Godwin...

President Bola Tinubu will set new targets and performance indicators for Nyesom Wike, Dave Umahi, Festus Keyamo and other newly designated ministers.

The appointees will follow the President’s eight-point agenda outlined in his election manifesto.

Additionally, it has been revealed that the President will establish targets and performance indicators for the cabinet members to make an immediate impact on the economy, security, and other important areas.

President Tinubu has also expressed his determination to build on the achievements of his predecessor in the areas of blue economy, security, job creation, and anti-corruption.

“The President will likely set goals for them (ministers) in terms of the key objectives his administration seeks to achieve,” a source told Punch.

“He will speak generally to his expectations from the ministers and also challenge them on how they can work together in synergy to actualize his programs and policy as contained in his manifesto for the economic development of the country”.

Tinubu had last Wednesday unveiled the portfolios of 45 ministers nine days after they were confirmed by the Senate.

Like his predecessor, the President will head the petroleum ministry while a former senator, Heineken Lokpobiri, is the minister of state, Petroleum Resources.

The list indicated that the President appointed 13 of the nominees as ministers of state and also created new ministries and renamed a few others

Global News Network Correspondent
Global News Network Correspondenthttps://globalnewsnetwork.com.ng
GNN is a News blog based in Nigeria to educate, inform and Analyse issues of interest like Politics, Health, Solid Minerals, Energy and Power, Transportation, Defence and Security, Sports and Entertainment to our teeming audience. Stories are generated by seasoned veteran Editors and Journalists. We Say It As It Is.

Latest stories



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here