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Tinubu And Ministers Continue FEC Meeting Today

President Tinubu Vows To End Nigeria’s Overreliance On Borrowing For Public Expenditure

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his ministers will today continue the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting.

Gatekeepers News reports that the minister of information and national orientation Mohammed Idris dropped the hint yesterday.

They are expected to conclude deliberations on all the outstanding issues.

The council began its session yesterday at noon but could not complete discussions on the agenda.

The last time the cabinet meeting was held was on March 25, 2024.

Idris told State House correspondents yesterday that a number of key decisions were being considered at the two-day meeting chaired by Tinubu.

He said, “Today’s FEC is not yet concluded. The council meeting will continue tomorrow,” he stated, adding that “a lot of far-reaching decisions will be taken and it will be concluded tomorrow.”

The Federal Executive Council (FEC), also simply known as The Cabinet is the cabinet of ministers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and is part of the executive branch of the Government of Nigeria.

The FEC has a constitutional role in advising the President to determine the direction of government, although the President is the ultimate executive decision-maker.

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