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FEC approves implementation of Orosanye report

FEC approves implementation of Orosanye report

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the implementation of certain aspects of the 2012 Stephen Orosanye Report, marking a significant step towards restructuring government operations and reducing the cost of governance.

The decision, announced by the Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, underscores President Bola Tinubu's commitment to making bold decisions in the best interest of Nigeria.

Idris clarified that the implementation of the report does not entail the outright scrapping, merging, or subsuming of agencies, commissions, and departments of government.

Rather, it involves a careful evaluation of existing structures to streamline operations and enhance efficiency. Some entities may be merged or moved under new ministries to optimize their performance and ensure effective service delivery.

This move aligns with President Tinubu's vision to overhaul government operations and curb unnecessary expenditures. By reorganizing administrative structures, the government aims to eliminate redundancy, enhance coordination, and improve resource allocation.

Importantly, Idris emphasized that the implementation of the report does not imply job losses for individuals working in the affected establishments. Instead, the focus is on optimizing workforce deployment and ensuring that personnel are effectively utilized to deliver quality services to the Nigerian people.

Overall, the decision to implement aspects of the Orosanye Report reflects a proactive approach to governance reform and underscores the government's commitment to fiscal responsibility and efficient service delivery.

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