Jonathan to present his scorecard to Nigerians on May 29

President Goodluck Jonathan

The Information Minister stated this on Wednesday.

President Goodluck Jonathan will on May 29 submit a major report on all achievements of the key sectors of his administration and all major programmes carried out in the last two years.

May 29 will mark Mr. Jonathan’s second year in office after his election for a full term.

The President’s report will also high light all ongoing projects across the nation, the Minister of Information, Labaran Maku, announced at the end of the Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by the president.

Mr. Maku said the event will be transmitted live on radio, television, and social media and urged Nigerians to tune in to the event.

He also said the Ministerial platforms, which start on June 3 will give ministers the opportunity to enlighten the public on key performance of their ministries in the mid-term report and Nigerians will also have the opportunity to question the ministers on their performance.

The platform, the second by the Jonathan administration, will be live on radio, television and social media.

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