Lagos State Government has announced that the Implementation Monitoring Committee (IMC) of the National Economic Council (NEC) will pay a two-day working visit to Lagos state from Tuesday, December 8 to Wednesday, December 9, 2020.
This disclosure was made in a press release issued by Lagos State Government on Sunday 6th December 2020.
In line with the information contained in the press release, the Implementation Monitoring Committee (IMC) of the National Economic Council (NEC), which will be led by the Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Prince Clem Ikanade Agba, will monitor and evaluate major projects of the State government.
However, the two-day working visit by the IMC is needed to chart a way forward for the commencement of the 2nd phase of projects monitoring across the States by IMC. This is also part of Federal Government efforts to reposition the National economy and protect the states against recession.
In a bid to facilitate the activities of the monitoring committee, all Commissioners of Economic Planning & Budget are expected to populate with choice projects in their States, in line with the 71 resolutions set by the National Economic Council to achieve strong and sustainable economic growth in the respective states of the Federation.
While the visiting team, comprising representatives of the National Economic Council (NEC), Office of the Vice President, and the Nigeria Governors Forum, will monitor and evaluate projects executed in Lagos.
The reports of the Implementation Monitoring Committee will be presented to the National Economic Council in February 2021 for consideration and further action.Follow us on social media