The presidency has revealed that the President is set to drop underperforming ministers as President Bola Tinubu plans to launch a platform that would enable Nigerians to give feedback on the assessment of each minister and their performance.

Ministers in Tinubu’s cabinet will only retain their offices based on their performances.

The objective is to provide a platform that will allow members of the public to make inputs about the ministers that will be retained and those that may be asked to go, as President Tinubu’s led federal government marks its first year in office on May 29, 2024.

The platform will enable Nigerians to provide feedback on their assessment of each minister and their performance.

Credible sources at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, disclosed that Tinubu would have launched the platform on Tuesday, March 19.

However, the flag off of the platform has been shifted to next week to enable the office of the special adviser on policy coordination, headed by Hadiza Bala-Usman, complete the process.

According to Tinubu’s aide, Bala-Usman, the decision to drop underperforming ministers will be carried out in three basic steps:

The first step will be the public’s assessment while the second step will be carried out by the policy coordination office, then the third step will be carried out by a group of consultants who will also give their assessments of the ministers’ performance so far.

“This will be done at three different levels. First, you have members of the public who can through the platform, get relevant information on the President Bola Tinubu’s targets for each Ministry and through that give feedback on the performance of each Minister based on the targets provided,” the source said.

“The next stage will be evaluation carried out by the Policy Coordination office, and lastly, a group of Consultants will also give their assessments on the Ministers performance. “So, these will be the basis for determining which Minister stays and those that will leave the cabinet because of poor performance.” Hadiza Bala-Usman explained.