President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has challenged his ministers to deliver on their responsibilities to enable citizens to enjoy the gains of democracy or get sacked.
Tinubu who said he is determined to succeed in discharging his duties as President charged his cabinet members to ensure they don’t become clogs in the wheel of Nigeria’s progress.
The President gave this charge while declaring open, a three-day Cabinet Retreat at the State House Conference Centre in Abuja.
The retreat, themed, ‘Delivering On The Renewed Hope Agenda’ had ministers, permanent secretaries, presidential aides, and top government officials in attendance.
In the same vein, the President has also stopped his son, Seyi, from attending FEC meetings accusing him of having “undue access” to the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Tinubu noted that some persons who have no reason to be at the meetings have been attending. The President mentioned his son who he said he saw in a picture sitting behind a cubicle during a council meeting.
Tinubu condemned the action which he said was not acceptable.
According to the President, he said, “Last week I noticed the undue access of people sneaking in and out of this council, including my son, Seyi, sitting behind the cubicle there.” Tinubu however declared, saying, “That is not acceptable,”
The President went ahead to list the names of those permitted to attend the meeting to include, Hadiza Usman, the Special Adviser on Policy Coordination, Bayo Onanuga, the Special Adviser on Information and Strategy, Hakeem Muri-Okunola, the Principal Private Secretary and Damilotun Aderemi, the Private Secretary,” he announced.