“Workers Will Lose Their Jobs”: Shehu Sani Reacts As FEC Approves Implementation of Oronsaye Report

On Monday, February 26, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu ordered the full implementation of the Stephen Oronsaye Panel Report ....READ FULL ARTICLE

According to the special adviser to the president on policy coordination, Hadiza Bala Usman, this aligns with the need to reduce the cost of governance and streamline efficiency across the governance value chain.

To ensure the implementation of the proposed changes, FEC set up an eight-man committee with the mandate to implement the mergers, scrapings, and relocations within 12 weeks.

Former Kaduna senator, Shehu Sani , has reacted after Tinubu’s directive on Monday.

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In a post shared on his X account on Monday, Sani lauded the president’s decision, describing it as a “significant step.”

The chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), however, identified the side effect of the decision made by Tinubu ‘s government.
Sani urged the president and his team to be careful in its quest to cut the cost of governance, noting, “federal civil servants will lose their jobs .”

The former lawmaker tweeted:

“The Oronsaye report has gathered dust for over a decade. Its commendable that now it shall see the light of the day.This is a significant step towards cutting the cost of Governance and harmonising federal MDAs.But care should be taken in that aspect where thousands of Federal Civil servants will lose their jobs.”

In another development, Shehu Sani, on Thursday, February 22, reacted after an Islamic cleric declared that Nigeria’s first lady, Oluremi Tinubu , deserves to die for being a pastor.

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Sani condemned the statement by the cleric and maintained that criticising the government and its policies is the right of the citizens, but calling for the death of a First Lady is “utterly unacceptable.”

He tweeted:

“Criticising the Government and its policies is within the ambit of democratic rights;but Calling for the killing of Senator Remi Tinubu by the religious cleric is unacceptable and utterly condemnable.”…READ FULL ARTICLE

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