Aviation Ministry Inaugurates Task Team For Swift Mandate Implementation

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The permanent secretary, Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace; Dr. Emmanuel Meribole.
The permanent secretary, Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace; Dr. Emmanuel Meribole.

The Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development has demonstrated its commitment to the ‘Renewed Hope’ agenda by inaugurating a Ministerial Delivery Task Team.

The team will spearhead the implementation of the ‘ministerial mandate’, focusing on President Bola Tinubu’s eight priority areas. The inauguration ceremony took place at the CBN International Institute, Maitama, Abuja.

Permanent secretary of the Federal Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Dr. Emmanuel Meribole highlighted the significance of the ministerial mandate in aligning with the government’s policy thrust. He emphasised that the mandate serves as a key component, reflecting the performance of all ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) in addressing the administration’s priority areas.

The eight priority areas include food security, economic growth and job creation, ending poverty, access to capital, inclusivity, security, fairness and rule of law, and fighting corruption. Meribole underscored the careful design of these priorities to contribute to good governance, improve citizens’ quality of life and set Nigeria on a path to prosperity.

The permanent secretary informed participants that the Central Delivery Coordination Unit (CDCU), under the direct supervision of the special adviser to the president on policy and coordination, is diligently tracking the implementation of these priorities. He urged the newly inaugurated delivery task team to work diligently, ensuring accurate data input on the ministerial mandate reporting templates and timely submission of reports to the CDCU.

The director of planning, research and statistics (PRS), Ibrahim Lawan highlighted that the workshop resulted from a retreat organised by the special adviser to the president on policy and coordination. The retreat engaged directors of planning, research and statistics, and delivery desk officers from federal ministries, strategising and agreeing on modalities to track the implementation of ministerial deliverables in line with the eight priority areas.

Lawan clarified that the workshop aimed to introduce the roles of management staff in ministries, departments and agencies, emphasising the importance of constant meetings with stakeholders and feedback to the Ministry’s delivery task team.

The special adviser to the president on policy and coordination, Hadiza Bala Usman represented by Esege Ebei Esege, expressed appreciation for the ministry’s swift alignment with the vision of the president. He urged the permanent secretary to continue supporting the team with all necessary tools for successful implementation.

This bold step by the Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development signifies its proactive approach to addressing national priorities, contributing to the overall development and prosperity of Nigeria.

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