President Buhari has charged ministers-designate to be ready to work with his government to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty.
Buhari spoke while declaring open a two-day retreat for 43 ministers-designate in Abuja on Monday, August 19th speaking to the incoming Ministers should they must ensure that all hands were on deck to realise the administration’s vision and goals of laying the groundworks would lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 10-years.
The President also charged them to take seriously their responsibilities to develop and implement policies, programmes and projects, and harped on the importance of working as a team and communicating among themselves and with the Nigerian people.
In the first technical presentation of the Retreat, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo delivered an overview of the work of the Policies, Programmes and Projects Audit Committee (PPPAC), established by President Buhari in March 2019 and chaired by the Vice President, with a mandate to review the performance in the first term and outline a road map for the new Administration.
These sessions covered Security; Macroeconomic Stability; Agriculture and Food Security; Energy Security in petroleum products and electricity; Transportation and Critical Infrastructure; Industrialisation and SME Development; Human Capital Development; Social Inclusion; Anti-Corruption; and Housing Financing and Consumer Credit. Photo Credit: Getty