- Former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mohammed Nanono, opens after his departure
- Nanono and his counterpart from the Ministry of Power, Sale Mamman, were released on Wednesday September 1st
- According to the ex-minister, it was difficult to run the ministry with so many challenges
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Abuja – Alh. Muhammad Sabo Nanono, the former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, the dismissed former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, says it has not been easy to run the ministry.
Daily Trust reports that he made the statement a week after he was dismissed as minister by the president.
Nanono spoke during a formal handover to the new minister at a brief ceremony in Abuja and said he came to the ministry at a time when there were so many COVID-related challenges. 19 and others.
According to him, his background in the private sector contributed to the challenges he faced as head of the ministry.
” It wasn’t easy for me. If you work in the private sector, probably the way you do things in public Sector do, there will be conflicts here and there. But overall we hit it off. ” has retired to his farm and is happy to link to the Ministry as a farmer at any time.
Photos show the last moments of Nanono in office before he was dismissed as Minister of Agriculture
Previously, Legit. Ng reported that the reactions followed the recent photos of the former Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development.
Wednesday September 1st was de r last day in the office of the former minister when he attended the weekly Federal Executive Meeting (FEC).
In a post posted on the Facebook page of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and rural development was shared, the minister seemed capricious as he virtually attended the meeting.
When President Buhari informed me of my dismissal, the former minister breaks his silence
Meanwhile, amid speculation that the former power minister ended up in hospital after hearing the news of his release, Sale Mamman finally set the record.
Mamman, who declares his absence after being discharged from the federal cabinet, admitted that he was ill and undergoing treatment.
Mamman exposed them Reports that he ended up in the hospital. According to him, he was sick before the release was announced. Buhari had informed him by telephone of his decision to release him from his duties as minister.