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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu





President Bola Tinubu, on Wednesday, warned that he wouldn’t hesitate to relief Ministers who fails to perform of their portfolio.

The President gave the warning at the opening of a three-day cabinet retreat for ministers, presidential aides, permanent secretaries and top government functionaries.

According to him, Ministers will be made to sign performance bond, warning that any member of the Federal Executive Council that fail to perform will be sacked.

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The President at the retreat with the theme: “Delivering on the
Renewed Hope Agenda”, said the performance bond will be signed at the end of the retreat on Friday.

“At the end of this retreat, you will sign a performance bond with me… I stand before you and I have claimed on several occasion and I am saying today again, as the president I can make mistake, point it to me, I would resolve that conflict, that error, perfection is of God almighty. But are there to help me succeed and success I must achieve by all means necessary.”

He Tinubu stressed the importance of collaborative efforts to propel the country forward and reaffirmed his confidence in the democratic process.

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He declared the country open for business, while promising to remove obstacles to economic growth.

President Tinubu made it clear that performance would be evaluated, and accountability upheld.

Speaking further at the event goings-on at the State House Conference Center, Presidential Villa, Abuja, President Tinubu announced that he has appointed Hadiza Usman to head to the “Results Delivery Unit” to oversee the unit.

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The President said his government has jobs to do, added; “We can’t complain and give excuses. It is our country, we have to give hope to the near hopeless, to the Nigerians in doubt whether our Economic policies is the right way to success.”

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