Full Report of Jonathan’s Democracy Day Transformation Agenda Presentation (DOWNLOAD)
On Wednesday, 29th May 2013, the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan at the International Conference Centre in Abuja presented a report of his two years sojourn of the Nigerian nation as president.
The president’s presentation was made by the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Anyim Pius Anyim and Honourable Minister of National Planning, Dr. Shamsuddeen Usman.
In her Presentation, Dr Okonjo-Iweala reflected on the state of affairs before President Jonathan assumed the mantle of leadership citing poor state of infrastructure, housing deficit, dependence of oil export, high recurrent expenditure amongst others.
On what the administration has achieved within the two year period under the review, she said the administration of President Jonathan has succeeded in making the country’s GDP is one of the Fastest Growing in the World. She also highlighted the administration’s success in the area of exchange rate stability, reduction in the cost of governance and in reduction in rate of inflation.
The secretary to the Government of the Federal, Anyim Pius Anyim, while presenting his report titled executive summary of part 1 of the mid-term report of the transformation agenda (2011 – 2013), highlighted the achievements of the government in advancing the rule of law, democracy and development in Nigeria.
Anyim said the government has in two years protected the rights of the citizens, promoted sustainable development and guaranteed the integrity of state institutions.
In his own presentation, the National Planning Minister, Dr Shamsudeen Usman highlighted what the key policies, programmes and projects of the Federal Government’s Transformation Agenda and how how the essential ingredients of the agenda will be attained.
Dr Usman said the Transformation Agenda Serves as Federal Government’s medium term development strategy to speed up Nigeria’s march towards the actualization of the NV20:2020.
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