Heads Of Many Ministers To Roll, As President Buhari Faces Intense Pressure To Reshuffle Cabinet Ahead Of 2019

By Amako Nneji March 12, 2018 21:42

Heads Of Many Ministers To Roll, As President Buhari Faces Intense Pressure To Reshuffle Cabinet Ahead Of 2019

President Muhammadu Buhari, is currently under intense pressure to reshuffle his cabinet, ahead of the 2019 general elections.

This came as the National Chairman of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Victor Ike Oye, asked Buhari to as a matter of urgency reshuffle his cabinet, if he wants to turn around the economic fortunes of his country, ahead of the 2019 election.

Speaking to Journalists in Abuja, on Monday, the APGA National Chairman advocated that for the President to effectively achieve a spontaneous socio-economic development, there is the need to reshuffle his cabinet, which he said as presently constituted cannot drive the change the President intends for the country.

He said the time had come for the President to bring in capable hands who will help him to re-engineer and refocus the government, to enable Nigerians witness again the Buhari of 1984, reiterating that the President has the capacity to achieve and turn things around.

Speaking further, Oye said the party was deeply concerned about the security crisis in the country, especially in the Benue, Mambila Plateau in Adamawa, Yobe, Borno, Taraba, and Plateau States, urging all parties and Politicians to carry out their activities with respect to peace, as politics is not a do or die affair.

“APGA is worried about the palpitating state of insecurity in the country, and we call on the Federal Government to do something urgently to arrest the situation. We believe the President has the capacity to deal with insecurity in the country, all we need is the willpower to do so.

“People have been talking about the activities of some persons in the country, which is antithetical to the peace of the country; the government should do something about these cries, to ensure that the security and sovereignty of this country are not compromised”, Oye said.

He expressed confidence that APGA will advance its political fortunes in the 2019 elections, adding that, the National Working Committee, NWC, has adopted a proactive approach in the administration of the party, such as to give it an edge over other political parties preparatory to the 2019 elections.

He said the NWC has been meeting consistently, explaining that the idea behind this is to re-engineer and revitalize the party for the upcoming general elections.

To achieve this, Oye urged the President to quickly sign the Electoral Act 2010, which was recently passed by National Assembly, to enable political parties to study the document early enough before elections.


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