In a recent update from the Presidential Transition Council (PTC), it has been announced that four members of President-elect Bola Tinubu’s team will be joining the Federal Government delegation to the Spring Meeting of the World Bank. This move is part of the transition process, and it highlights the commitment of the incoming government to engaging with global institutions.
The PTC, which was inaugurated on February 14, 2023, is made up of 24 members, including two representatives from Tinubu’s team. The Council has been working round the clock to ensure a smooth transition process, and it has broken into three committees.
The first committee is responsible for organizing the swearing-in and inaugural parade, while the second committee is tasked with compiling all policy, programmes, and projects of the current administration in the form of a compendium. The third committee is responsible for organizing necessary facilities, including furnished office and personnel for the President-and Vice-President-Elect and their transition team.
The inclusion of Tinubu’s team members in the Federal Government delegation to the World Bank meeting is a significant step towards building a robust and inclusive government. It is a demonstration of the President-elect’s commitment to working with experts and stakeholders to drive sustainable development and growth.
With the transition process on course and efforts being made to ensure a smooth handover of power on May 29th, it is clear that the incoming government is ready to hit the ground running. This move to join the Federal Government delegation to the World Bank meeting is a positive sign of things to come, and it underscores the importance of global partnerships in driving progress and development