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Full List Of Government Parastatals and Agencies Approved To Be Retained

Goodluck4Sequel to the deliberation of the White Paper Committee, headed by President Goodluck Jonathan to look into the recommendation of another committee headed by a former Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Stephen Oronsaye to restructure government Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies of, the federal government has reached a final decision on the report with approval for the scrapping of 220 Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies.

A list obtained by Abusidiqu.com shows that the Committed has approved the scrap of Bureau of Public Enterprises, BPE, National Poverty Eradication Programme, NAPEP and others. It however retained a number of Agencies.

The White Paper was submitted on June 11, while the Federal Executive Council reached a conclusion on June 26.
Below is the new status of the Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies of the Federal Government based on FEC approval.

S/N  PARASTATALS, COMMISSIONS    & AGENCIES TO BE RETAINED PARASTATALS, COMMISSIONS & AGENCIES TO BE SCRAPPED
 1 Code of Conduct Bureau  
 2 Council of State  
 3 Federal Character Commission  
 4 Federal Civil Service Commission  
 5 Federal Judicial Service Commission  
 6 Independent National Electoral Commission  
 7 National Defence Council  
8 National Economic Council  
9 National Judicial Council  
10 National Population Commission  
11 National Security Council  
12 Nigeria Police Council  
13 Police Service Commission – The Government directs that the law establishing Police Service Commission be amended to make Hon. Minister of Police Affairs to head the Commission.  
14 Revenue Mobilisation Allocation & Fiscal Commission:

RMAFC is already empowered by the Constitution to carry out the function of Fiscal Responsibility Commission

Fiscal Responsibility Commission:Government approves the abolition of Fiscal Responsibility Commission. Attorney General and Minister of Justice directed to initiate necessary action for the abolition of the Commission
15 Bureau of Public Procurement  
16 Central Bank of Nigeria  
17 Code of Conduct Tribunal  
18 Economic & Financial Crimes Commission & Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission to be consolidated into one anti-corruption agency:

The Government has approved the merger and has directed the Attorney General and Minister of Justice to initiate necessary action in respect of the proposed merger

 

 
19 Infrastructure Concessionary & Regulatory Commission (ICRC)  
20   Bureau of Public Enterprises:

The Government has directed that a “Sunset Clause” should be introduced to the BPE to conclude its assignment and wound down

21 National Pension Commission (PENCOM):

The Government has directed that the withdrawal of the Military from the Contributory Pension Scheme be reversed

 
22 Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC):

The Government has directed that the NIPC currently domiciled in The Presidency be relocated to the Ministry of Trade and Investment and merged with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council to synergise for management and utilisation of resources

Nigerian Export Promotion Council
23 National Human Rights Commission (NHRC):

The NHRC is a to take over from the Public Complaints Commission

Public Complaints Commission (PCC):

The Government has directed the PCC be merged with the Human Rights Commission, which has the capacity to perform the functions of the PCC. It further directed that the PCC Act to be removed from the Constitution by amending Sections 153 and 315

24   National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission (NSIWC):

The NSIWC is to be abolished and its law repealed while its functions are to be transferred to Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC)

25 Ministry of Special Duties:

The responsibility of the Ministry will continue to be determined by the President

 
26 National Sports Commission  
27 National Institute for Sports  
28 Nigeria Football Federation/Nigeria Football Association: The Government directs that the enabling law of the NFA be amended to reflect the directive of FIFA that the Organisation should be renamed a Federation

 

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