#MinisterialPlatform2013: Sarah Ochekpe, Ita Ewa Bassey, ministers of water resources and science and technology give mid-term today

by Idoreyin Sampson

Mrs. Sarah Reng Ochekpe, Minister of Water Resources
Mrs. Sarah Reng Ochekpe, Minister of Water Resources

Another session of the month-long Ministerial Platform 2013 holds today, June 17, 2013 at the Radio House, Abuja.

The Minister of Water Resources, Mrs. Sarah Ochekpe and the Minister of Science and Technology, Professor Ita Ewa Bassey will today present the scorecards of their respective ministries at the ongoing Ministerial Platform, according to a statement released by Charles Chikezie, Director Public Communications of the Ministerial Platform.

Professor, Ita Ewa Bassey, Minister of Science and Technology
Professor, Ita Ewa Bassey, Minister of Science and Technology

The Ministerial Platform, an initiative of the Ministry of Information led by Mr. Labaran Maku, which began on June 3, 2014 is “designed to promote national conversation and good governance” was attended by the media, organised civil society, the private sector, professional guilds, and organised labour to “make the national conversation on the nation’s development process fully participatory”.

The Ministerial Platform comes up between 11am and 1pm will run will be broadcast live on NTA, FRCN, VON, AIT, and Channels Television as well as the website of the Federal Ministry of Information.

Nigerians all over the world are also expected to participate in the programme through the Social Media Platforms on the following addresses: www.fmi.gov.ngwww.livestream.com/fminigeria; www/youtube.com/fminigeria; www.facebook.com/fminigeria; and Twitter handle @fminigeria.

Nigerians can also join the conversation on BlackBerry messenger at 292816FB and by sending sms to 08091876419 (SMS only).


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