- Weeks after the resignation of some Nigerian ministers, President Muhammadu Buhari has presented a list of nominees for their succession
- The President on Tuesday, June September, wrote to the Red Chamber confirming the nominees as new ministers
- President Buhari’s list is contained in a letter sent to Senate President Alhaji Ahmad Lawan, a former , was sent to the APC presidential hopeful
Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari has written to the Senate asking for confirmation of seven ministers is seeking candidates.
If confirmed, candidates will replace former ministers who resigned in search of elective posts in 2023.
Buharis influential ex-minister resigns from APC, gives reason
Remember that a former sports minister, Solomon Dalung, has officially resigned from the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Dalung submitted his letter of resignation from the APC to the party’s leadership in SabonGida Ward, Langtang South, the local government of Plateau.
The letter of Friday April 1st was signed by the politician on Monday April 18th in front of growing unhealthy Events in the APC that are contrary to its “Core Principles of Value”.
The letter read in part:
“I hereby wish to express my resignation from the Effective as of the date of this notice, notify All Progressives Congress.
“It is worth noting that recent developments in the party are at odds with my core set of values, which define the basis of loyalty to the party…”
Buhari’s former minister, Dalung, raises serious questions Allegations against FG over insecurity
Dalung had previously said President Buhari had failed Nigerians and disappointed many, including him with his inability to deal with the growing insecurity in the country. < /p>
Dalung, in a post on his official Facebook page on Sunday, April 10, lamented that the president shares power with northwestern bandit leader Bello Turji and the ISWAP terrorists Inability to address the insecurity.
The former minister noted that he had joined other Nigerians in campaigning for the APC because of the way the former president Goodluck Jonathan then sidestepped the country with the security issues.
He confirmed that he had met with the former President and given him advice on how to deal with the growing insecurity then, but his advice was rejected.