Transition: Administrator-General Asks Institutions To Submit Handing Over Notes By October 25th
The Administrator General, David Yaro, says the administrative lapses and bad blood that characterised the transition of government after the 2000 election will no more occur.
This is because, strict adherence to the law in the transition process will be followed in case there is a change of government after this year’s election.
At a news conference to outline the Transition Process, Mr Yaro said the office of the President, chief directors, MMDAs, office of the Speaker of Parliament and all state owned institutions have been notified to properly prepare their handing over notes to be submitted to the Administrator-General by the 25 of this month.
Mr Yaro said his office will take stock of all government property in the possession of state officials before the handing over notes are accepted.