Nigeria: Cabinet reshuffle likely as Tinubu demands ministers’ scorecard


ABUJA, MAY 10: A cabinet reshuffle is expected in the coming weeks once President Bola Tinubu receives the scorecard of his ministers within a few days. The Africa Report speaks to Hadiza Bala-Usman, who is compiling the report.

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu marks one year in office in Nigeria on 29 May. He made his ministers sign performance contracts, warning them to quit if they were not capable of meeting the goals set for them. Tinubu then ordered his policy adviser, Hadiza Bala-Usman, to monitor their performance. With his anniversary barely two weeks away, The Africa Report speaks to Bala-Usman, who is close to submitting the scorecard to the president.