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|Politicising The Ministerial Appointments by OKame(m): 11:47am On Nov 13, 2015|
POLITICISING THE MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS...After a long wait,the president finally announced the members of his cabinet on wednesday and the first Federal Executive Council meeting of this administration was held. Most of the ministers immediately sprung into action and promised to do their best towards actualizing the change mantra of the APC led government.
This is a good development considering the fact that the administration is behind schedule if i must say, towards delivering on the promise made to Nigerians.My worry is on d basis that Nigerians have been making comments on the criteria and credibility of the various ministers and their capability to function in their ministries..This would have been a good argument but for the fact that it is based on ethnic sentiments.
It is appalling to see on the newspapers a set of people from an ethnic group/state complaining about the portfolio assigned to their 'son'. At this state and stage of our country should that be a source of worry? Is the ministry of solid minerals not very important towards the development of our country at this stage of dwindling oil revenues? I believe a minister in this ministry can make a name for himself if he can help diversify the nations economy.
Some are even jubilating that their Sons were giving juicy portfolios. There's no 'juice' in Nigeria right now..Where's the water and the fruits to produce 'juice'? All the ministries have to work in unison for the the country to develop.So instead of celebrating your 'sons' that you may never see,be ready to provide constructive criticisms so as to spur them to deliver.
Let us learn to make constructive comments and stop allowing our vast ethnic divide to cloud our judgement and lets see what this cabinet has to offer Nigerians.
|Re: Politicising The Ministerial Appointments by Nobody: 12:04pm On Nov 13, 2015|
OP Nice post jare.
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