Tinubu speaks on sacking ministers

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President Bola Tinubu has revealed that he is ready to sack ministers who are not performing well.

This was revealed by his media aide, Bayo Onanuga in an interview with Punch Newspaper on Sunday.

He said while the President is yet to decide on the ministers’ performances, he has mandated them to meet the administration’s eight-point agenda, warning that those who fail to meet expectations will be fired.

Onanuga also rated the administration’s performance high as it approaches its first year in office, giving it a score of 70 percent.


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He pointed out that under President Tinubu’s leadership, Nigeria was initially using 97 per cent of its revenue for debt servicing and borrowing for recurrent costs, such as salaries.

He emphasized that the administration prevented economic collapse by implementing decisive actions like removing the fuel subsidy and unifying the exchange rate.


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