Tinubu’s Administration Vows to Fire Underperforming Ministers, Officials


President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration has made it clear that it will not hesitate to dismiss any of its newly appointed ministers and other officials who fail to deliver on their responsibilities.

Ajuri Ngelale, the Senior Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, on Monday emphasized this during an interview on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily.

Ngelale stated that President Tinubu is a leader who is unafraid to take action, including sanctions or dismissals, in order to ensure that desired outcomes are achieved.

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This firm stance reflects the President’s commitment to holding his appointees accountable for their performance.

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He said: “The President has set the benchmarks. The question now is about enforcement, and the President has shown, as he did during his time in Lagos State as governor, that he is not someone who is afraid to fire anybody.


“He is not somebody that is afraid to levy quick sanctions to ensure that they get the results that he wants ’cause, ultimately, if this administration fails, they will not say a minister failed, or a set of ministers failed. They will say President Bola Tinubu failed, and he will not accept failure.”

Ngelale revealed that the President spent several months since his victory at the February 25 presidential election setting clear goals for each ministry and a series of reform committees across all the sectors.

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