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Nigerian Government Launches App to Track State Projects

The app, known as “Citizens’ Delivery Tracker adds to two applications that the government introduced in 2022 as its way of allowing citizens track deliverables and performance on policies, projects, and programmes.

Nigeria’s federal government has launched a mobile application that allows its citizens to track the activities and performance of government agencies.

The app, known as “Citizens’ Delivery Tracker” adds to two applications that the government introduced in 2022 under President Buhari as its way of allowing citizens to track deliverables and performance on policies, projects, and programmes.

“In furtherance of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s determination to involve Nigerians in governance and hold his government accountable, the Central Delivery Coordination Unit (CDCU) is pleased to announce that the upgraded Citizens Delivery Tracker App is now live! Nigerians will have access to the deliverables of all Ministers thereby acknowledging the citizens as integral stakeholders in monitoring and evaluating the government’s performance,” said Hadiza Bala Usman a Special Adviser to President Tinubu on Monday during the app’s launch.

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Since taking office last year, Nigeria’s president Bola Tinubu has made bold commitments to staying accountable.

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Days ago, President Tinubu suspended a cabinet minister and ordered the country’s financial crimes office to conduct a probe into alleged corrupt dealings – an action that has been described as a rare occurrence in Nigeria.

Through that action, Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says it recovered 30 billion naira ($24 million) from the Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation Minister, Betta Edu.

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