In summary, the Oronsaye Report establishes as follows: (i) that there are 541 Federal Government parastatals, commissions and agencies (statutory and non-statutory); (ii) 263 of the statutory agencies should be reduced to 161; 38 agencies should be abolished..
As it is to be expected, the Oronsaye Report is back in the news. And this should not be surprising. Any genuine attempt at engaging with the Nigerian predicament
23 May 2020
President Goodluck Jonathan set up the Oronsaye Committee specifically on August 18, 2011. It was a seven-member committee to advise government on restructuring and rationalisation of Federal Government...
17 May 2020
As I promised, this intervention is on the expediency of looking at how the Oronsaye Report can be reset to restructure the public service that is not in a position...
6 May 2020
THE Federal Government is ready to implement only one-tenth of the 268 recommendations of the Oronsaye Committee on restructuring government parasatals, commissions and agencies, The Guardian reports.
3 May 2020
With the approval given for the implementation of a report submitted by the Presidential Committee on Restructuring and Rationalisation of Federal Government Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies