Tinubu directs reform, reactivation of the Presidential Project Delivery Tracker.

President Bola Tinubu has asked that the Presidential Delivery Tracker be reactivated so that Nigerians can track the implementation of projects around the country in real time.

The President made this statement on Friday in Abuja at the conclusion of the three-day Cabinet Retreat.

Tinubu stated his steadfast commitment to ensuring people’s active and direct participation in governance, stressing that all Nigerians must be given the chance to track and report on project implementation across the country.

He stated that he has directed his Special Adviser on Policy and Coordination, Hadiza Bala Usman, to restart the tracking system as soon as possible in order to maximise the use of cutting-edge digital innovation to provide real-time supervision capability.

Tinubu also renamed his administration’s priority areas:

  1. Reform the economy to achieve long-term, inclusive growth.

  2. Increase national security to promote peace and prosperity.

  3. Increase agricultural production to attain food security.

  4. Make energy and natural resources available for long-term growth.

  5. Improve infrastructure and transport as growth enhancers.

  6. Emphasise education, health, and social investment as critical development pillars.

  7. Increase diversification by accelerating industrialization, digitization, creative arts, manufacturing, and innovation.

  8. Improve governance to ensure efficient service delivery.

The president also urged all cabinet members to strive tirelessly to meet Nigerians’ expectations.

“I want to emphasise that the Renewed Hope Agenda is about much more than economic progress.” It also entails constructing a more just and equitable society for all Nigerians.

“The goal is to create jobs, improve education and healthcare, and reduce poverty.” It is about ensuring that all Nigerians have an equal chance at success.

“I know we have a lot of work ahead of us, but I am optimistic we can accomplish our objectives.” We have a solid team in place, and we are committed to working together to make Nigeria a better place.

“Let me remind you that our people are not interested in making excuses, playing political games, or procrastinating.” I’m not either. They are looking for measurable results. They are looking for solutions to the challenges that have long afflicted our magnificent country.

“The challenge before us requires us to put personal goals aside and focus on sticking to the performance bond we have all agreed to on this day.” “These performance bonds are a contract that we must uphold,” stated the president.

“Data is the lifeblood of efficient governance,” Tinubu said. It enables us to comprehend the difficulties we encounter in order to build and implement effective solutions while also monitoring and evaluating our progress. We’re flying blind without data.”

Tinubu entrusted all implementing authorities with demonstrating unfailing dedication, inventive thinking, commitment, and a relentless focus on results.

The signing of performance bonds by ministers and permanent secretaries was the retreat’s high point.

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