President Bola Tinubu on Friday directed the reactivation of the presidential projects delivery tracker through which the public can monitor the progress of projects across the nation in real time.
This was disclosed during the closing session of a three-day cabinet retreat held in Abuja on Friday for ministers, permanent secretaries and other political appointees.
According to Tinubu, the project trackers will enable Nigerians to hold him and his ministers accountable for his administration’s promises
It was reported that during the opening session of the retreat, President Tinubu had told his ministers to brace themselves for performance or face sacking.
“If you are performing, there is nothing to fear. If you missed the objective, we review, if no performance, you leave us. No one is inland and the bulk stops on my desk.
“I assure you will have a free hand. you must be intellectually inquisitive to ask how? Why? When? and why it must be immediate,” said Tinubu who had also announced the establishment of a ‘Results Delivery Units’ to be headed by Hadiza Bala Usman through which ministers, permanent secretaries and the president would assess themselves from time to time.
The retreat saw the signing of performance bonds between ministers and permanent secretaries and President Tinubu.
Ajuri Ngelale, Tinubu’s media adviser, disclosed in a statement on Friday that his principal has entrusted his Special Adviser on Policy and Coordination, Hadiza Bala Usman, with the task of reactivating the tracking system.