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Mr Arabi said the BPSR is awaiting the approval of the Federal Government for the full implementation of the to give meaning to the ongoing reforms in the public service. He said efforts were on to ensure the Federal Executive Council FEC approves the implementation of the recommendations of the committee. Mr Arabi said the recommendations of the committee were already being implemented piecemeal. But because of the likely fallout of the exercise, the president directed that the recommendation be pushed to the Federal Executive Council for consideration. So, they must look at those laws and repeal them before we have the new agencies.

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It would be recalled that following public outcry over the high cost of governance in the country, President Goodluck Jonathan on August 18, , inaugurated a committee to restructure and rationalise the federal government agencies, with former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Stephen Oronsaye, as its chairman.

At the end of its assignment, the committee recommended the abolition of 38 agencies, merger of 52 and reversion of 14 agencies to departments in the relevant ministries. A breakdown of what would be saved from the exercise gave N In summary, the committee recommended the scrapping of statutory agencies from the current , abolition of 38 agencies, merger of 52 and reversion of 14 to departments in the ministries. The page report also recommended the discontinuation of government funding of professional bodies and councils.

However, it is now more than three years since that report submitted yet there is no sign of any commitment on the part of the president to cut down on the waste that the over ministries, departments and agencies MDAs has become.

Report to receive attention President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, also alluded to this while unveiling his economic policies at a Lagos Business School breakfast meeting recently. Buhari, who was represented by former Governor of Ekiti State and Director of Policy for the All Progressives Congress, Kayode Fayemi said that he would run a very lean government, which would involve rationalising overlapping and redundant ministries, departments and agencies MDAs in line with the Steve Oronsaye presidential committee report.

While admitting that corruption in government circle is the bane of significant progress and development in the civil service, Buhari said he is going to run a very lean government in line with what was outlined in the Oronsaye report. He added that the report was made available to incumbent president and would have greatly improved the lot of the country. This according to him, however was not so as the government lacks the will to implement the report.

This was also alluded to by Buhari who said "This report was available to the Jonathan government, but the will to implement it was absent". Agbakoba, others react Speaking with Daily Independent on the need for a full implemenmation of the report, former President of the Nigerian Bar Association NBA , Olisa Agbakoba said a starting point for Buhari is to study the report and take decision on how he wants to implement it. According to him, "The purpose and terms of reference of the report was to review the public sector to determine the box load and to see whether scrapping them will reduce the box load and to also see whether there are agencies that can be merged together to avoid duplication and therefore cut waste and make it efficient.

Clearly, I think a starting point for the incoming president is to study the report and take decision on how he wants to implement them. We are spending too much money on the civil service.

That is what the Oronsaye report established. So, if we want a new and efficient government where things are done appropriately, without the Oronsaye report, we definitely have to do something about it.

They refused to follow the Revenue Fiscal and Mobilisation Commission requirement that salaries are set by them. So, how can we have a situation where the national assembly is spending 25 percent of our national budget plus an over-bloated civil service?

I know that there will be pain but the truth is that no pain, no gain. That is why President Buhari must devise an agenda for expanding the economy. It is not just about him sacking people so as to reduce the workforce.

I have always talked about the fact that the maritime sector can generate a lot of jobs. All these politicians you see today are only interested in the money that is available once they come into office.

If you become a senator and you are going to receive Nmillion a year, it is very attractive. So, in order to deal with this issue, the president must rationalize the way the civil service works and expand the economy to make government less attractive and the private sector more attractive.

This according to him will greatly help in reducing the cost of governance through the reduction in the remuneration of political office holders and reduction in the number of political offices.

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Presidential committee asks government to scrap agencies Related News The Presidential Committee on reform of government agencies on Monday recommended the reduction of statutory agencies of government from to The News Agency of Nigeria NAN quotes the report as saying that the average cost of governance in Nigeria is believed to rank among the highest in the world. Oronsaye said. It also recommended that the budgetary system should be linked to deliverables and output, and urged the government to implement or vacate decisions taken on past reports. The Chairman of the presidential committee expressed concern that decisions taken by past government Committees on restructuring and rationalisation of government agencies had not been implemented.

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It would be recalled that following public outcry over the high cost of governance in the country, President Goodluck Jonathan on August 18, , inaugurated a committee to restructure and rationalise the federal government agencies, with former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Stephen Oronsaye, as its chairman. At the end of its assignment, the committee recommended the abolition of 38 agencies, merger of 52 and reversion of 14 agencies to departments in the relevant ministries. A breakdown of what would be saved from the exercise gave N In summary, the committee recommended the scrapping of statutory agencies from the current , abolition of 38 agencies, merger of 52 and reversion of 14 to departments in the ministries. The page report also recommended the discontinuation of government funding of professional bodies and councils.

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