The Federal Executive Council meeting is expected to be held on Monday, presidential media aide Ajuri Ngelale said on Sunday.
He said President Bola Tinubu would chair the meeting to be attended by the secretary to the government of the federation, chief of staff to the president and ministers.
The head of service of the federation, special advisers, and other top government functionaries will be at the meeting.
Mr Ngelale said the meeting would discuss issues concerning approvals given by the president on economic and social matters.
The inaugural meeting was held in August, where new ministers attended to take their first brief from the executive arm on their roles and responsibilities in the ‘Renewed Hope Agenda’.
The FEC is a constitutional institution where ministers discuss and endorse government policies, with the president serving as the chair and the vice-president as the vice-chair.
At the August 29 FEC meeting, Mr Tinubu unveiled an eight-point agenda to revive the country’s ailing economy.
He said the eight-point agenda was based on eight priority areas, with identified targets that would be delivered in the next three years, including food security, ending poverty, economic growth and job creation, access to capital, particularly consumer credit, inclusivity in all its dimensions, particularly as regards youths and women, improving security, improving the playing field on which people and particularly companies operate, the rule of law, and fighting corruption.