The ministers will brief the PDP on their respective policies and projects.
The National Working Committee, NWC, of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has summoned ministers to appear before it to present their scorecards.
The spokesperson of the party, Olisa Metuh, said this in a statement on Monday.
“In furtherance to its determination to ensure that all apparatuses of government fully deliver on their mandates, all federal ministers have been invited to appear before the NWC to give comprehensive account of their stewardship to the Nigerian people in pursuance of the mandate given to President Goodluck Jonathan and the manifesto of the PDP,” he said.
Mr. Metuh said the ministers will brief the NWC on their respective policies and projects as well as the activities of parastatals and agencies under their ministries and how they have impacted on the Nigerian people.
The ministerial briefings will hold from Tuesday, April 9, to Thursday, May 30.
Those to appear this week include the Minister of Works, Mike Onolomemen, and the Minister of Youth Development, Inuwa Abdulkadir, who are to brief the NWC on Tuesday, April 9.
The Minister of Water Resources, Sarah Ochekpe, and the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Mohammed Sada are to brief the NWC on Thursday, April 11.
Meanwhile, Mr. Metuh also assured PDP members that the NWC remains “committed and focused and will continue to provide the necessary political direction so that the policy frameworks contained in the party’s manifesto are fully realized for the benefit of all Nigerians”.
“The NWC will never allow reactionary elements to distract it and deter it from carrying out its constitutionally guaranteed duties,” he said.
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