President Goodluck Jonathan has charged his ministers to increase their pace of work. Speaking after the first Federal Executive Council(FEC) meeting of the year, Minister of Information, Mr Labaran Maku revealed the president’s directive also stating that the ministers were charged to work harder, faster and deliver results. He also revealed that some key projects would be commissioned this year even as he listed some of the key sectors in which government had done well including the transport sector with the commencement of conveying petroleum products by rail from Lagos to Kano with other routes to take off soon. Maku further assured that once the budget is passed anytime this month, the government will have the opportunity of 12 months implementation cycle. He also revealed the approval of three new universities for Kebbi, Yobe and Zamfara states which had no federal university, thereby bringing the total number of universities established in the Jonathan administration to nine.
3 New Universities Approved as Jonathan Charges Ministers to Work Harder
- Published: 133 days ago on January 10, 2013
- By: onnaedo.okafor
- Last Modified: January 10, 2013 @ 9:57 am
- Filed Under: Headlines, Nigerian News
- Tagged With: Federal Executive Council(FEC), Mr. Labaran Maku, President Goodluck Jonathan