Govt to scrap BPE, NAPEP, NEIC, 217 other agencies

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The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has agreed to scrap the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) and 219 other parastatals and agencies. There are about 540 of such agencies.

Besides, the government is to merge the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).

SUPPOSED SCRAPPED AGENCIES

Fiscal Responsibility Commission

Bureau of Public Enterprises

Nigerian Export Promotion Council

Public Complaints Commission (PCC)

National Salaries, Incomes and Wages Commission (NSIWC);

National Poverty Eradication Programme (NAPEP)

Utilities Charges Commission

National Economic Intelligence Committee

PARASTATALS, COMMISSIONS & AGENCIES TO BE RETAINED

Code of Conduct Bureau

Council of State

Federal Character Commission

Federal Civil Service Commission

Federal Judicial Service Commission

Independent National Electoral Commission

National Defence Council

National Economic Council

National Judicial Council

National Population Commission

National Security Council

Nigeria Police Council

Citizenship and Leadership Training Centre:

The Centre is to be refocused on moral values and re-orientation

Council for Registered Engineers (COREN):

The Government accepts the Presidential Committee’s recommendation that COREN should no longer receive budgetary allocation from 2015 Fiscal Year

Surveyors Registration Council (SRC):

Budgetary Allocation to SRC shall be stopped with effect from 2015 Fiscal Year

Federal Roads Maintenance Agency:

FERMA and the Federal Highways Department of the Federal Ministry of Works are to be transformed into an extra-ministerial Department. The enabling law of FERMA to be amended to reflect the change of status

Office of Surveyor General of the Federation (OSGOF):

Border Communities Development Agency (BCDA):

The Government directs the BCDA to relocate to the Presidency with its own line budget and be strengthened

National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies

National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA):

The Government rejects the recommendation that NEMA be merged with National Refugees Commission into one agency to be known as the National Emergency Management and Refugees Commission

National Commission for Refugees

Debt Management Office

Niger Delta Power Holding Company

National Planning Commission

National Bureau of Statistics

Centre for Management Development (CMD)

National Institute of Social and Economic Research

National Identity Management Commission

Nigeria National Merit Award

Federal Road Safety Commission:

The Government rejects Presidential Committee’s recommendations that the Act setting up the FRSC should be repealed

Niger Delta Development Commission

New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)

National Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (NACA)

Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC):

The government rejects the recommendation of the Presidential Committee that the NCPC and the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria be abolished and their functions transferred to a department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

National Lottery Regulatory Commission

National Lottery Trust Fund

Service Compact with All Nigerians (SERVICOM)

Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI)

National Centre for Women Development

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