Buhari Slammed For Appointing Foreigners & Dead People Into Boards

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Tuesday January 2nd, 2018 – Buhari Slammed For Appointing Foreigners & Dead People Into Boards

ADP, The Action Democratic Party (ADP) has slammed President Buhari over his recent appointment of about 7 dead people and foreigners into boards of federal parastatals.

In a statement made available to newsmen by its ADP Lagos spokesman, Prince Adelaja Adeoye on Sunday in Lagos, he posited that “it is rather too shameful and very awful that a country of over 180 million people is being led by a man who constantly brings embarrassment to them both locally and internationally.”

ADP said, Buhari is a President who lacks the soundness of mind to lead the country and that it’s rather too bad that in a country with able young men and women, Buhari can only turn to the dead for appointments. The party stressed further that it won’t be a surprise if one day, because of Buhari’s continuous gaffes, he commits Nigeria into something that will have far reaching negative effects on the citizenry. The party believes that a leader must have the presence of mind in the carrying out of his official duties.

The party noted that this is the same disgraceful manner at which Buhari went to London to shame and call Nigerians criminals that engaged in drugs and human trafficking. The ADP spokesperson says that the country does not need a President in the mould of Buhari ever again if the country must progress.

“In a swift reaction from the Presidency, Garba Shehu had said the list had been prepared since over two years ago. This means that the President signs documents without vetting them. This same President condoled with the families of some of these men when they died some time ago or does it mean that he has forgotten?” he queried.

The party observed that it is not just about dead men on the list but that there were some duplication of names and most interestingly, Deborah Iliyas who is the Congo DR. Ambassador to Nigeria also had her name penned down as the Chair of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology.

Apparently, our government now appoints foreigners to head boards in our country. The party said that if the Presidency cannot handle mundane things like list compilation, it wonders how it will handle sensitive matters.

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6 thoughts on “Buhari Slammed For Appointing Foreigners & Dead People Into Boards

  1. Let’s stop blaming buhari for everything, he is not a perfect man why are we expecting perfection from him.

  2. Are Nigerians not part of British Parliament, what about America, even sometimes ago a Nigerian was elected in one Eastern European country. If you claim that we are 180 million, how many of that are Real Nigerians? These people fault Buhari every little chance they get, if the man eats eba without meat they will write an aimless article about it, please wait till next election and vote for his opponents; but for now Buhari is the highest order in the land. How many of these vainglorious blabber mouths thank him for stabilizing the Naira, abi no be him did that ?

  3. List are been presented to the president he does not compile any list rather his advisers does unless the president has someone in mind.

  4. It is really bemused to see people criticizing those bringing to light another serious blunder committed by a weak leader in his appointment. How can a president with sound mind appoint dead persons and foreigners into the governing board of agencies and federal parastatals? Is two years not enough for a president to properly vet the names been nominated for appointment? Rather than appointing those alive, intelligent, energetic and with qualification that fit into any political appointment, the president has chosen to divert his attention to the cemetery to select a people for his government. What a shame to this nation. This is the reflection of how the APC-led government administer the country and it completely shows how urgent the country need divine intervention.

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