The federal government has directed all ministries, agencies and extra-ministerial departments to prepare their handover briefs before April 20, ahead of the May 29 inauguration of the incoming administration of Muhammadu Buhari.
Also asked to prepare handover notes are the service chiefs, the inspector general of police and the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.
The directive was contained in a memo dated April 13 and signed by Anyim Pius
Anyim, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF. The memo was addressed to the Chief of Staff to the President, deputy Chief of Staff to the President (Office of the Vice President), Ministers/Ministers of State, Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Special Advisers/Senior Special Assistants and Service chiefs/Inspector General of Police.
Others are the Chairman, Federal Civil Service Commission, Chairman, Code of
Conduct Bureau, Chairman, Code of Conduct Tribunal, Chairman, Federal Character Commission, Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission, Chairman, Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission, Governor, Central Bank of
Nigeria, Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and Chairman, National
Drug Law Enforcement Agency.
Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Extra-Ministerial Departments, Auditor-General of the Federal, Accountant-General of the Federation, Director General/ChiefExecutives of Parastatals, Agencies and Government-Owned Companies were also directed to send in their handover briefs.
Buhari had defeated President Goodluck Jonathan, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the March 28 presidential poll.
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