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Sunday, 10 September 2017

Mom Taraba: Buhari may fire Ministers at Wednesday's FEC meeting

President Muhammadu Buhari may impact a cabinet reshuffle at Wednesday's federal executive chamber meeting. 

The normal advancement would see a few ministers booted out of the federal cabinet. 

This may not be detached with the current assertion by the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Senator Aisha Alhassan (Mama Taraba) that her steadfastness lies with her "adoptive parent" and previous VP, Atiku Abubakar. 

GIFTED BLOG yesterday announced that Abubakar in his response supported the remarks by Mama Taraba. 

Atiku, who as of late said he was sidelined by the party after the 2015 general elections, said Alhassan's affirmation "couldn't have been said any better". 

Atiku demanded that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is a coalition and that appointees have the privilege to keep their loyalty with whosoever they please. 

Atiku, as of late hoisted to the Waziri of Adamawa, unveiled that even different Ministers in the cabinet have diverse perspectives and assessments as respect the 2019 presidential election. 

In any case, signs rose at the end of the week that Buhari may strike in a couple of days. 

Despite the fact that the president was said to have been mulling over a rejig of his cabinet, the "through and through sack of ministers was in question", a dependable source told our reporter. 

"You know PMB has not by any means been in the country this year; he may have reshuffled before now. In any case, late scenes have brought up the issue of how much appointees are focused on their occupation. 

"Yet, with the revelation by Mama Taraba, the president is probably going to expel those he feels have failed to meet expectations and in addition the individuals who are not steadfast. 

"It is not by any stretch of the imagination a hard errand for him. He designated all the security heads, so he should simply give order for reports of developments, meetings and calls made by his appointees". 

Calls to presidential representative, Garba Shehu, went unanswered. 

Be that as it may, presidential consultant on political issues, Femi Ojudu, revealed to GIFTED BLOG that he didn't know about any arranged reshuffle. 

"My sibling I know nothing about that. I cleared out Abuja four days back. I am in Ekiti as I talk and will be back on Tuesday. 

"On the off chance that a few people are stating that, I can't affirm. So at the present time, I have no data about the soeculation. I will be back on Tuesday, we can talk again at that point". 

Then, the National Working Committee of the APC will meet on Monday over Mama Taraba. 

APC National Vice-Chairman, North-East, Mustapha Salihu, said , This is a national issue. I think by Monday, we will sit and we will address the issue, yet I can guarantee you that there is no reason to worry. Our party is in place and on ground".

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