Tinubu’s Ministers To Face Quarterly Assessments

Tinubu’s Ministers To Face Quarterly Assessments
  • PublishedOctober 18, 2023

The Federal Government has disclosed that it will begin quarterly assessments of the performance of the 48 ministers in January when their ministries will have received the budget for the 2024 fiscal year, OSUN DEFENDER learnt.

According to the Special Adviser to the President on Policy Coordination, Ms Hadiza Usman, she explained that the annual scorecard would be reviewed during periodic retreats where performances would be assessed against key performance indicators.

Speaking in an interview on TVC television on Tuesday, Usman stated, “We’re looking to commence an assessment of the respective ministries in January 2024. We’re going to have a quarterly assessment of performance which would culminate into an annual scorecard.

“Before that, however, the presidential aide said the Federal Executive Council members would participate in a retreat in early November where the key performance index would be defined and the ministers would sign a performance bond.

“We’re going to have a cabinet retreat in the first week of November where the final details will be hashed with the full cabinet in place with Mr President.

“At the end of it, we’re going to culminate with the performance bond. They’ll be signed by each ministry, every minister, and the Permanent Secretary will sign a performance board with Mr. President,” she explained.

“The bond will detail the deliverables each ministry plans to achieve within the one-year 2024 budget cycle.”

Usman added, “That performance bond is what we’re going to use to track the performance of that minister.”

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