Political & Economic Affairs Office



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The Political & Economic Affairs Office is statutorily responsible for the effective coordination and monitoring of the implementation of Government public, political & economic policies and programmes. Key functions include:

  • Monitoring, processing, research and analysis of political & economic , policies, programmes and activities of government
  • Appraisal of performance and impact of  key political and economic agencies of government
  • Serve as an advisory on political and economic matters
  • Represent SGF on economic, political and border related Boards and Parastatals
  • SGF secretariat on committees, commissions, panels and meetings of economic matters
  • Represent SGF at inter-ministerial meetings and international  fora on economic matters
  • Relations with Multilateral and International organizations
  • Diaspora engagements thru the Nigerian National Volunteers Services Unit
  • Secretariat for the National Authority on Chemical and Biological Weapons Convention (NACBWA)
  • Monitoring implementation of FEC approved projects by Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government.

  • Public Affairs Department (PAD)
  • International Organizations Department  (IOD)
  • Polical Research, Awards And Constitutional Matters (PRACM) Department
  • National Authority on Chemical & Biological Weapons Department
  • Nigerian National Volunteer Service Department
  • Department of State and Local Government Affairs and 
  • Economic Affairs Office 

  • Political Research and Educational Institutes
  • National Assembly
  • Political Parties
  • Election Monitoring Groups NGO's)
  • Religious Bodies
  • Federal Ministries, Extra-Ministerial Departments and Agencies
  • State Governments
  • Corporate entities or Organizations
  • General Public
  • Redress Seekers, Petitioners
  • Pressure Groups & other Stakeholders
  • International and Regional Organizations
  • Bilateral (Agreements, Meetings, Conventions) Agencies
  • Multilateral (Agreements, Meetings, Conventions) Agencies
  • Judiciary

  • Various stakeholders in the Nigerian economy, which include the following:
  • Government Agencies handling Socio-economic issues ( e.g. Federal Ministries of Finance, Industry Trade &
  • Productivity, National Planning Commission, Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria Customs Service, National Salaries Income & Wages Commission, Revenue Mobilization Allocation & Fiscal Commission etc);
  • State Chamber of Commerce& Industries (e.g. Lagos State Chamber of Commerce, Abuja Chamber of Commerce, Kaduna State Chambers of Commerce, etc.)
  • Members of Organised Private Sector (Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce & Industries Mines & Agriculture, etc.)
  • Labour Unions & Associations (e.g.  Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress, National Employment Consultative Association, etc.)
  • Knowledge Based Institutions (e. g. Nigeria Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Centre for Management Development, Institute of Economists of Nigeria, Federal Universities, etc.);
  • Bilateral and Multilateral Agencies (Bi-National Commissions with countries, World Bank and its affiliates, World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund, etc.);
  • Foreign companies seeking for exemption from incorporation in Nigeria

  • Provide quality Services as stipulated in the Service Charter.
  • Interaction in plain & simple language through handbills which are displayed on the notice board of Political Affairs Office (PAO. )
  • Timely and orderly service-rendering to the public that requires the attention of the office.
  • Supply details and update information to the benefit of all parties.
  • Clients’ expectation from Economic Affairs is prompt, efficient and quality service delivery.