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President Bola Tinubu has sworn in Olayinka Oladunjoye as a federal commissioner of the National Population Commission,NPC.

The ceremony took place just before the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting, held at the Council Chamber of the State House, Abuja.

Oladunjoye, who previously served as the Commissioner of Education and of Commerce and Cooperatives in Lagos State, steps into the role previously held by Mrs. Bimbo Salu-Hudeyin, now appointed to a new position by the Lagos state government.

The oath-taking ceremony officially commenced Oladunjoye’s tenure in the NPC.

The event coincided with this week’s FEC meeting, presided over by President Tinubu.

The meeting saw the attendance of high-ranking officials, including the Chief of Staff to the President, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, National Security Adviser, Nuhu Ribadu, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), George Akume, and the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Dr. Folashade Yemi-Esan.

However, Dr. Mariya Mahmoud, Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory, was notably absent due to a recent fire incident at her residence.

Additionally, seats for the Minister of Labour, Simon Lalong, and the suspended Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Betta Edu, remained vacant.

Tinubu Implements Long-Awaited Oronsaye Report, Triggers Restructuring of Government Agencies

In a significant move, President Bola Tinubu has instructed the full implementation of the Oronsaye Report, a long-debated proposal aimed at streamlining government bureaucracy and reducing overlapping functions within various agencies.

This decision, announced after the Federal Executive Council meeting on Monday, is expected to result in mergers, subsumptions, scrappings, and relocations of several government bodies.

“In a very bold move today, this administration, under the leadership of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, consistent again with his courage to take very far-reaching decisions in the interest of Nigerians, has taken a decision to implement the so called Orosanye Report.

“Now, what that means is that a number of agencies, commissions, and some departments have actually been scrapped, some have been merged, while others have been subsumed. Others, of course, have also been moved from some ministries to others where government feels they will operate better.

“Like I said, this is a very far-reaching decision. It is aimed, one, to fine-tune or to restructure government operations as a whole. Secondly, it’s in line also with decision of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to reduce the cost of governance”, the Minister of Information, Mohammed Idris said.

Key Points:

Order for Implementation: President Tinubu has directed the complete implementation of the Oronsaye Report, a recommendation initially issued in 2011.
Restructuring Measures: The implementation will involve:

Mergers: Combining certain agencies to achieve economies of scale and operational efficiency.
Subsumptions: Placing some agencies under the purview of existing ministries for better coordination.
Scrappings: Eliminating redundant or overlapping agencies deemed unnecessary.
Relocations: Shifting agencies to different ministries where their functions might be aligned more effectively.

Implementation Timeline: A committee has been formed to oversee the implementation process within a 12-week timeframe.


The implementation of the Oronsaye Report has been a contentious issue for several years, with advocates arguing for its potential to improve efficiency and save costs, while critics expressed concerns about potential job losses and disruption of current operations.

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