Mohammed disclosed this at a meeting with representatives of Civil Society Organizations in Abuja, the nation’s capital city on Tuesday.
Nigerians voted for change, and change they will get, he said, noting that this Government will not give excuses.
“The painstaking and methodical approach by the administration, its deep analysis and understanding of the challenges and the recent inauguration of the cabinet will herald a new dawn,” he said.
The minister told his audience that Nigerians would witness meaningful progress in all spheres of governance.
He stated that the government will lift millions of Nigerians out of poverty, tame unemployment and ensure development of infrastructure.
“We shall not abandon our social intervention policies such as the One-meal-a-day For School Children and the payment of 5,000 naira each to vulnerable Nigerians,” Mohammed added. Enditem