Nigerians Report Ministers To Tinubu After Launch Of Citizens’ Delivery Tracker

The Federal Government has started getting feedback from Nigerians via its upgraded Citizens’ Delivery Tracker App.

The app which went live on Monday would enable Nigerians to monitor government projects.

Unveiling the application in Abuja, Special Adviser To The President on Policy and Coordination, Hadiza Bala-Usman, said while it can be immediately accessed at, it would be available on Google Play Store and Apple Store within the next month.

The innovative application, which was upgraded by the Central Delivery Coordination Unit (CDCU) in consultation with diverse stakeholders, provides citizens with information on priority projects, policies, and programmes of the Federal Government.

Bala-Usman said it would provide a “strong feedback loop between citizens and government” on the eight priority areas of the President Bola Tinubu-led administration.

She said Monday’s unveiling is the culmination of a months-long process since Tinubu announced plans for ministerial assessment at the Cabinet Retreat for ministers and heads of government agencies last November.

Checks by DailyTrust revealed that less than 24 hours after the app went live, Nigerians have started making use of it to voice their feelings.

One of the comments read: “I want to appreciate the wonderful work done by the Hon Minister Umahi and his team on Lagos 3rd Mainland Bridge and hope same would be done on Ibadan-Ife-llesa Expressway. I was on this road last weekend and I can confirm that the road requires attention.

“I believe in the renewed hope of the government and trust that the Hon Minister with his pedigree and track record in Ebonyi State is up to the task. Please keep it up sir!”

Someone not satisfied with what the Minister of Power, Adelabu Adebayo, wrote: “He’s the worst minister so far. Power has become epileptic even more. We barely have light. Sometimes 3 weeks. If they bring it by luck, it’ll stay for just an hour and they interrupt again. He’s a failure”

Another person urged the Minister of Education, Tahir Mamman, to have a monthly training programme for teachers.

“Why won’t this ministry train and retraining technical teachers or have a specific target on this issue. That shows that you still want us to remain on the second generation on technology level but claimed that we next to develop nations.

“Please, dont let technical teachers be giving our children 1970 or 80s definition of new technology in 2024. Have a monthly program for them.

On the Ministry of Information and National Orientation, a comment reads: “I Don’t even know the minister by name until now. They should be in our faces and partner with mainstream media to promote national cohesion, Social media is there. Let them leverage on it to relate with citizens.”

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