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Rethinking Buhari’s Next Level cabinet


“Therefore, President Buhari must be in hurry to assuage the expectations of Nigerians who expect him to hit the ground running in a demonstration of his understanding of the challenges of the country. If the period of 2015 to 2019 was Buhari’s learning curvy, he must abhor any form of mistakes or demonstration of ineptitude in the appointment of ministers this time around. If the era of change must be admitted as the period of party patronage, the Next Level regime must be performance driven.

This becomes necessary because Nigerians cannot continue to witness the obvious hardship that has characterized the Buhari administration in the last four years despite the change mantra of the All Progressives Congress (APC) government”.

Buhari’s next level and Nigeria’s economic rejuvenation

As President Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress (APC) party continue to celebrate their victory at the February 23, 2019 general election, it is instructive that the president initiates urgent but sure footed measures and strategies to tackle the nation’s economy which appear to be at its worst state in the last one decade.

Rethinking Buhari’s Next Level cabinet

Now that the 2019 general elections have come and gone except the supplementary polls slated to hold in some states on March 23, 2019, winners including the incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, should endeavour to be magnanimous in victory, while the losers should be gallantry in defeat. The period of politics is now over. The time for national building has just begun.

Reason we didn’t use server during 2019 elections – INEC

There are heightening tensions, insinuations and palpable fears with regards to recent political developments in the country which tended to point to the fact that the forthcoming general elections starting this Saturday, March 16 may not seem to be credible, fair and violence-free. For us, these concerns are as genuine as they are worrisome.

Nigeria at 58: Still work in progress

At 58 years, Nigeria as a nation has so many reasons to celebrate her political independence from her colonial mastersNigeria as a nation state has overcome many challenges and obstacles just as it has won many battles as to remain one indivisible country with defined geographical boundaries. No person should take these achievements for granted .

Re-run election: Rights Group warns Buhari against setting Nigeria on fire

President Muhammadu Buhari has again demonstrated that his administration does not believe in the unity of Nigeria and the application of the Federal character principle as enshrined in the constitution with the recent replacement of the Director-General of the Department of Security Service (DSS), Mr Matthew Seiyefa, a christian from Bayelsa State in the South South region and the subsequent replacement with Yusuf Magaji Bichi from Kano State. As in the case of the dismissed Mamman Lawan Daura, Buhari’s kinsman and old-time ally, who was drafted out of retirement, Bichi was also brought back from retirement.

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