- Lekan Fadina, a former general manager of the NSE, describes Ibrahim Gambari, as a Nigerian who does not tolerate abuse of public office
- The former general manager of the NSE says Gambari is respected within the diplomatic community
- Fadina notes that the chief of staff is someone who wants Nigeria to move from potential to reality in all aspects of development
Lekan Fadina, a former general manager of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), has described President Buhari’s chief of staff, Ibrahim Gambari, as a well Nigerian who frowns at the abuse of public office.
Fadina in an article said Gambari is a disciplined diplomat who is respected within the diplomatic and international community, The Cable reports.
He stated that Gambari believes in the respect of everyone’s rights and the maintenance of a disciplined society.
According to Fadina the new chief of staff is someone who wants Nigeria to move from potential to reality in all aspects of development.
Meanwhile, Kayode Fayemi, the national chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF) has said that state governors are happy over the new appointment of Ibrahim Gambari.
Fayemi said that governors are excited over Gambari's position as the chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari because he has proven his competence both nationally and internationally in various capacities, Nigerian Tribune reports.
The Ekiti governor said that the chief of staff's experience, pedigree, and exposure speak for him as the right man for the position.
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He, therefore made it clear that governors are willing to work with Gambari at the sub-national level so as to move the country's economy forward, especially at a time when countries of the world, including Nigeria, are battling with the effects of unstable oil prices.
In another report, the Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group (UK) has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari's choice of Professor Ibrahim Gambari as his new Chief of Staff.
In a communique issued at the end of an emergency virtual meeting on Thursday, the UK-based Nigerians described the diplomat's appointment as a “plus to the country's image abroad.
The group said it believes Gambari's wealth of experience would impact positively on the administrative and policy direction of the federal government.
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