The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun deserves some praise for her effort in taking the nation out of recession.
Adeosun, who is saddled with the responsibility of managing the country’s economy has done a good job with some of the policies introduced under her watch. Worthy of note is the whistleblower policy which has led to the recovery of huge sums of monies by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in the past few months.
While speaking at the May edition of The Platform, the minister said for Nigeria to make considerable progress, all states will have to be productive on their own, an argument many Nigerians will agree with.
Two ministers, Kayode Fayemi and Chris Ngige dropped two places in this week’s ranking,
Fayemi, the Minister of Solid Minerals, slid from fifth to the seventh position as he currently being investigated by the Ekiti State House of Assembly for misappropriation of funds. Ngige on his part, who oversees the Labour Ministry, dropped to ninth after saying the Federal Government had no funds to pay the salary arrears of workers.
From the best to the worst, see our effectiveness ranking for ministers.
See the top 10 below:
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*The YNaija Effectiveness Ranking is a perception index based on perceived levels of effectiveness of public officials, as determined by correspondents assessment, news reports and opinion surveys.
Dolapo is a writer and journalist who works with YNaija. He has interests in Christianity, politics and sports.
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