President Bola Tinubu has been urged to make his cabinet members and other appointees give an account of their performance every six months.
A cleric, Prophet Sam Olu-Alo, who gave the admonition said such appraisal will help the president and those working with him to serve Nigerians better.
Olu-Alo, who belongs to the Christ Apostolic Church, Adamimogo Grace of Mercy Prayer Mountain Worldwide, stated this during the Adamimogo global convention of the ministry with the theme “Weep No More”.
He said leaders with good intentions should assign responsibilities to people who have the capacity to make the country develop.
“What is giving our country serious problems is that people are being appointed without asking them to give account of their stewardship. Like the story of the unprofitable servant in the bible who failed to make use of the talent given to him like others, it was collected from him.
“40 percent of those appointed by the president to work with him may not really share the president’s vision, that is the reason why the president must assess them so that they will be successful in their respective positions.
“God told me if our leader refused to assess and appraise them from time to time, his government may not live up to the expectation of the people who voted him into power. He has good intentions and plans for Nigerians but failure to assess those working with him properly may work against his government moving forward.”
Olu-Alo who also spoke on the 2024 budget, said, “In my own view, the N27.5 Trillion 2024 budget is good but there are no funds to finance it as far as i’m concerned. That is the reason I said he closely monitor the projects to be embarked upon.”