Youth group scores Matawalle, Wike, Ojo, others high on service delivery 


 Youth group on the aegis of Frontiers for Accountability and Democracy Development (FADD) has commended the performances of some federal ministers under the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu-led administration as progressing to greater heights.

Convener of the group, Abdusalam Kazeem, while addressing journalists in Abuja, recently, commended the Minister of State for Defence,  Bello Matawalle, his Federal Capital Territory counterpart,  Nyesom Wike as outstanding.

He also hailed the Minister of Interior Olubunmi Ojo, that of Solid Minerals Development  Dele Alake, Works Dave Umahi, Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development, Abdullahi Gwarzo and Minister of Arts, Culture and Creative Economy, Hanatu Musawa as deserving  awards and  accolades for their performances.

 “The septet of Matawelle, Wike, Tunji Ojo, Alake, Musawa, Gwarzo and Umahi literally hit the ground running with Mr. President, working tirelessly night and day to deliver on the mandate of the administration in their respective ministries and attaining proven incontrovertible positive results.

“It is on this premise that we have convened to analyse and celebrate the sterling achievements of these patriotic appointees of Mr. President. It is our hope that other Ministers will glean lessons from these exceptional Ministers and double their efforts as we move to another administrative year,” convener of the youth group stated.

Speaking on individual ministerial tasks, Kazeem said the Minister of State for Defence Bello Mohammed Matawalle, due to his good leadership as the then  governor of Zamfara state, fetched him the appointment which today has fueled his robust zeal and vigor in improving national security situation.

On the FCT minister, the convener of the group said Wike, on assumption, embarked on a binge of infrastructural projects across the city centre and even satellite towns, adding that residents of Abuja can now attest to the fact that the magnitude, quality, and swiftness in the execution of these projects have never been witnessed in the history of the FCT.

“As a seasoned administrator and expert in project execution, Wike diligently studied his handover notes, identified all hitherto abandoned major FCT projects, and in just one year, he has completed what took others over a decade to even begin,” he said.