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FG inaugurates 10-member committee on implementation of Oronsaye report 

FG inaugurates 10-member committee on implementation of Oronsaye report 
March 07
22:25 2024

The federal government has inaugurated a 10-member committee on the implementation of the recommendations of the Oronsaye report. 

On February 26, President Bola Tinubu directed the full implementation of the Oronsaye report to “enhance efficiency in the federal service, and reduce the cost of governance”.

According to a statement by Segun Imohiosen, director of information in the office of the secretary to the government of the federation, the committee was inaugurated by George Akume, the SGF, on behalf of the president.

Akume noted that the implementation of the White Papers on the Oronsaye report is aimed at reducing the cost of governance and streamlining efficiency across the governance value chain.


Members of the committee include Akume, Lateef Fagbemi, attorney-general of the federation; Abubakar Bagudu, minister of budget and economic planning; and Folashade Yemi Esan, head of civil service of the federation.

Others are Usman Hadiza Bala, special adviser to the president on policy and coordination; Dasuki Arabi, director-general of the bureau of public service reform; Abdullahi Gumel, senior special assistant to the president on national assembly matters (senate).

Others include Ibrahim Olarewaju, senior special assistant to the president on national assembly matters (house of representatives); Muri Okunola, principal secretary to the president: and Richard Pheelangwah, permanent secretary, cabinet affairs office.


Akume also highlighted the general guidelines of the committee to include the review of the current mandates to understand the existing functions, responsibilities, and objectives outlined in the mandates of the agencies.

“Identify redundancies and overlaps or conflicting objectives among the mandates of different organisational units,” Akume said.

“Define strategic objectives to ensure the revised mandates align with the strategic objectives and priorities of the government.

“Engage key stakeholders and gather input and feedback on the proposed revisions to the mandates.


“Draft clear, concise, and actionable revised mandates for the organisations involved in the restructuring.

“Ensure the revised mandates comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies governing government operations.

“Obtain necessary approvals from relevant authorities for the revised mandates, and effectively communicate the revised mandates to employees and stakeholders.

“Implement the revised mandates effectively and monitor their implementation to identify any issues or challenges.”


He added that the committee has a 12-week deadline to submit its report.

Here is a list of all agencies affected by the Oronsaye report.


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