How To Implement Government  Gov’t Policies With Long And Medium  Term Effects In Focus 

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Barely two months to the end of the 2023, fiscal year,  members of the National Assembly Joint  Committee  on Finance , Appropriation , National Planning, Economic Affairs and  Foreign Debts  appears set the stage to start the 2024 fiscal year, on a good note.

  This may have informed why the Committee had initiated public hearing   on how to  implement the   2024-2026,   Medium  Term  Expenditure Framework , MTEF,and Fiscal Strategy Papers,  where the Chief Executive Officers of government owned Parastatals and agencies are made to participate   in the discussions  on how to implement government policies   with long and Medium  Terms effects  in focus.

Jamoh, DG,NIMASA, in a chart with Chairman Senate Committee on Finance, Senator Sani Musa , during the public hearing on the 2024-2026 Medium Term Expenditure Framework InAbuja, FCT

 Bashir Jamoh, OFR, Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA,  was said to  have participated in the discussions which was said to have brought him closer to other top government  functionaries.

One of the top government functionaries that the NIMAS Chief Executie Officer, CEO, was said to have had the opportunity and meeting and exchanging ideas was Zacch Adedeji,  the Executive Chairman of Federal Inland  Revenue  Service, FIRS. Another person the NIMASA boss was said to have met one on one and exchange pleasantries was Sani Musa , the Chairman of  the Committee on Finance.

Jamoh, DG, NIMASA, exchanging pleasantries with Senate President, Godswill Akpabio during the public hearing on the 2024-2026 Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal Strategy Paper in Abuja, FCT

The  Senate President  may have told the discussants at the public hearing organised by the National Assembly Joint Committee  that  ‘’all hands   must be on deck  to ensure  the success of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Administration   Renewed Hope  Agenda.

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