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Peter Obi Supports Oronsaye Report Implementation, Advocates for Efficient Governance

Boom RadioNG | February 28, 2024

Presidential candidate Peter Obi of the Labour Party has voiced support for the implementation of the Oronsaye Report, emphasizing its potential to streamline governance and enhance productivity. Responding to inquiries, Obi affirmed his commitment to the report’s principles of cost reduction, eliminating role overlaps, and boosting efficiency.

Obi underscored the importance of constructive engagement with government decisions, urging collaboration for national progress. He applauded President Bola Tinubu’s directive for full implementation of the report, emphasizing the need for prudent resource allocation.

HE. Peter Obi, Labour Party Presidential candidate 2023

In his comprehensive statement, Obi stressed the significance of mitigating the impact on affected workers and ensuring transparency in resource reallocation. He called for a detailed plan to prevent future government expansion, emphasizing the need for accountability and strategic management.

Obi’s remarks highlight a nuanced approach to governance reform, balancing efficiency with social responsibility. His advocacy underscores the importance of informed decision-making and inclusive policy implementation for Nigeria’s development.

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