Sesi Whingan lauds Tinubu for approval of Orosanye’s report

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Sesi Whingan lauds Tinubu for approval of Orosanye's report President Bola Tinubu/Hon. Sesi Whingan 

| By Sehubo Festus 


Hon. Sesi Whingan, representing Badagry Federal Constituency, hailed President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for endorsing the Stephen Oronsaye report. The report promotes a more efficient government through the merging of certain agencies and the elimination of others. He commended the president’s brave choice, particularly concerning the current economic challenges, which aim to revitalize the country’s struggling economy.

Hon. Sesi expressed his sincere appreciation for the President’s endorsement of the report on February 26th, 2024, via his official Facebook page, signed by his media team, a few minutes after the Federal Executive Council announced the approval of the report by President Bola Tinubu.


Statements from his Facebook post read; “It requires a determined and bold leader to take the bull by the horns, as President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has done with Orosanye’s report, which preceding Nigerian governments failed to implement. Asiwaju has demonstrated that he is the pragmatic leader Nigeria requires in this critical time.”


“The federal government received the Orosanye report 12 years ago, yet, no president implemented it despite the propensity to reduce government expenditure. This confirms President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s commitment to reviving our dying economy.”


“I urge Nigerians to be patient with President Tinubu, as his policies are sincere and genuine steps toward economic recovery. It may be difficult to endure at this time, but let’s trust the process; I am confident it will lead to Nigeria’s greatness again.”

recall that reported yesterday that President Tinubu Ordered the full implementation of Orosanye’s report, as submitted to formal President Goodluck Jonathan in 2012, after he set up the Presidential Committee on Restructuring and Rationalization of Federal Government Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies, under the leadership of former Head of Civil Service Stephen Oronsaye

The 800-page report proposes reducing 263 statutory agencies to 161, abolishing 38 agencies, merging 52, and converting 14 into departments across different ministries. Additionally, it suggests repealing the legislation establishing the National Salaries and Wages Commission and transferring its responsibilities to the Revenue Mobilization and Fiscal Responsibility Commission.

It advised the FG to combine the nation’s top three anti-corruption agencies: the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Related Offenses Commission, and the Code of Conduct Bureau.

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