I will help improve living standard in Nigeria – SGF

The newly appointed Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha, has promised to implement programmes and policies aimed at uplifting the quality of life of all Nigerians.
Fielding questions from State House correspondents after a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Abuja, Mustapha said the present administration had achieved a lot in the provision of social amenities and security.
He also pledged to ensure effective coordination of government activities to fulfil the promises made to the electorate.
“We are preparing to serve the people of Nigeria. This is about mid-term and I can assure that we have achieved so much and in the very near future we will begin enrol sand unfold a lot of other programmes that would be for the benefit of people of Nigeria.
“President Buhari sought the mandate of the people of Nigeria and he is going to give the desires of their life and meet the basic expectations of our people.
“We know that within the time frame there is a lot to be done because of the rots and decay that had taken place in the past.
“But I can assure that he is a resolute person; he is a very determined person: he is a very focused person and he is going to achieve that.. My responsibility is just to serve and make sure that I coordinate the activities of government so that we fulfil the mandate for which the people of Nigeria elected us,” he said.
said that he needed God’s wisdom to succeed in his new assignment as SGF, adding that there was nothing impossible with God.
The President had on Monday approved the appointment of Boss Mustapha as the new Secretary to the Government of the Federation to replace Babachir Lawal whose appointment was terminated along side the suspended Director-General National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ambassador Ayodele Oke.
Mustapha, a lawyer, management consultant, politician, businessman and boardroom guru of considerable repute, was the former Managing Director/CEO of the National inland waterways Authority (NIWA).

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