President Muhammadu Buhari has applauded his ministers for making “significant progress” in the delivery of their jobs.
The president, who gave the commendation on Tuesday, at the midterm ministerial performance review retreat in Abuja, asked the ministers to ‘‘ramp up implementation’’ of their mandates
In a statement by presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, the president was quoted as saying: ‘‘The retreat provided an opportunity for us to undertake an objective assessment of our stewardship in line with the contract we signed with the Nigerian people to deliver on our electoral promises,”
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‘‘From the assessment report and discussions at this retreat, I am glad to note that progress has been made towards the achievement of our objectives.
‘‘The independent performance assessment report presented on day one of the retreat, indicates that significant progress has been achieved in the delivery of the ministerial mandates.
‘‘Distinguished participants, the discussions at the retreat have prompted the need for us to ramp up implementation on the deliverables.
‘‘We must close the gaps in our implementation efforts to ensure that we attain set targets by 2023.”