Senator Ndume defends Buhari's administration

Senator Ndume defends Buhari's administration

- Ali Ndume says President Buhari has no blame over the situation of things in Nigeria

- The senator claimed the president is being betrayed by some people in his government

- According to Ndume, Buhari has all it takes to rule the nation

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Senator Ali Ndume has absolved President Muhammadu Buhari of any blame as it relates to his government.

According to the lawmaker representing Borno South senatorial district in the National Assembly, the president is being betrayed by some kleptocrats in his government.

He disclosed this when he was a guest on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics.

According to him, Buhari is a genuine person that has the interest of the common man at heart.

He said:

“He has integrity and the competence but unfortunately, the kleptocrats in the government have formed the majority and therefore betraying the laudable policies that the president wants to implement.”
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Meanwhile, Nigerians have taken to social media to react to Ndume's position about the people in Buhari's government.

Ifeanyi Amaka wrote:

"They always make excuses for him! If he has the interest of the common people at heart and is in control of his faculties, why can't he fire them!"

Sammy Okoye noted:

"There is just no leadership in this government. If you must remain president, you must take the lead and responsibility for everything right or wrong in the regime. It's a shame we have no leaders."
Ndume defends Buhari's administration

Ali Ndume believes President Buhari is being betrayed by some kleptocrats in his govt. Credit: Sahara Reporters
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Ifediora Anthony added:

"The problem with Nigeria is that were are not telling our self the truth. We just keep on deceiving our self and dancing around the bush."

Okoye Ifeyinwa Okonkwo wrote:

"Why are they always giving excuses for Mr. President. He is an adult, let him speak for himself."

Udeme Kufre stated:

"What will help the economy is by employing competent people into strategic positions to manage it. The earlier this government forget about religion, ethnic, and party affiliation as the criteria for an appointment, the better. The economy is going down and there's no urgency to stop the drip."
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Ify Onabu commented:

"Every APC politician will always say that Buhari is a 'good' person and 'has the interest of the common man at heart'. Question: Is this what will develop Nigeria?"

Manasseh Allen wrote:

"You are still not ready to speak the truth that President Buhari is not ready to lead. No one could spoil his government if he did not allow them to do so? Shame on you people if at this point you are still not ready to tell Buhari that he has failed woefully and shamefully."

Kennedy Idahosa Ewere said:

"Stop this excuse the president is to blame for anything that happens in his government. If the people you employed are not doing their job, fire them and employed competent people that will deliver for you, That is why he has the power to hire and fire."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the federal government says it will begin limiting the entry point of teaching only to individuals with second class upper and first-class divisions.

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This was disclosed by the permanent secretary, federal ministry of education, Sonny Echono, on Saturday, November 14.

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