The minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has sought public opinions on his performance in the transportation sector.
Amaechi disclosed this in a statement sent to NAIJ.com by his media aide, Israel Ibeleme in Abuja.
The minister appreciated President Muhammadu Buhari and the general public for the opportunity given him to serve.
He said: “I wish to express my gratitude for this opportunity given me to serve the nation as the Minister of Transportation.
“However, I would like to get feedback on our overall performance from you; where you feel we have succeeded or should improve on.
“It is our duty and desire to serve you better. Kindly email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I will deeply appreciate this gesture,” he was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, the minister, a few days ago, was recognised by a Nigerian newpaper for his contribution to the transportation sector and construction of the first monorail in Africa.
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NAIJ.com previously reported that Amaechi was described as the poorest high profile political office holder in Nigeria by one of his close associates, Kingsley Wali.
Wali on Tuesday, June 12, when moderating a lecture on the pains and gains of leadership in honour of MKO Abiola, said Amaechi shared something in common with the late democrat.
He stated that the minister took all the pain for public interest and that was the reason why he is the poorest political officeholder in Nigeria.
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