The Presidency yesterday presented copies of the draft handover notes through Vice President Namadi Sambo to the Transition Committee of President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari.
Sambo said officials who served under the outgoing administration were ready to answer questions from the incoming administration on any issue contained in the report.
He stated this in Abuja when he presented copies of the handover notes to the Ahmed Joda’s Transition Committee at the State House, Abuja.
According to him, the report comprises the activities of the Federal Government between 2011 and 2015.
“The handover notes of the Federal Government of Nigeria of this administration between 2011 and 2015 have been properly articulated and printed.
“The permanent secretaries of each ministry have signed each page of this report to authenticate it and it is our pleasure to present it to you and pray that it will guide you, guide the incoming administration towards the achievement of positive objectives, development and progress of Nigeria.
“And I want to add that all of us are always available, after this report between now and May 29, anytime you need to meet with us we are ready to come and sit and clarify issues.
“All the (Ministries, Departments and Agencies) MDAs will also be ready to meet with you, give you any additional clarifications that you would want to have on this report that we are presenting,” the Vice President said.
Sambo, therefore, thanked the members of the two transition committees for their support and contributions.
Speaking earlier, Joda described the handover notes as comprehensive, saying his committee would examine them before submission to the incoming administration.
“It is my honour and privilege to receive this comprehensive set of report from the Federal Government’s Transition Committee which was chaired by the Vice President.
“It appears that nothing has been left out. It is now our challenge to give careful study and examination of what is contained in these volumes’’ Joda said.
He said it was duty-bound on the part of his committee to ensure continuity in government and governance, for the general progress of the nation.