- Nigerians on social media have reacted to photos of Sabo Nanono, former minister of agriculture shared of his last day in office
- Social media users on Wednesday, September 1, reacted to the pictures, saying that the minister failed woefully
- Nanono was sacked by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, September 1, alongside Saleh Mamman, minister of power
Reactions have trailed recent photos of Alh. Muhammad Sabo Nanono, the former minister of agriculture and rural development.
Legit.ng gathered that Wednesday was the former minister's last day in office as he joined the weekly Federal Executive Meeting (FEC).
In a post shared on the federal ministry of agriculture and rural development's Facebook page, the minister appeared to be looking moody while attending the meeting virtually.
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While the photos has gotten Nigerians talking as many hailed the former minister's sack, some sets of persons wished him well.
Below are some reactions:
A Facecook user Ejim Shevy said :
He failed woefully and he allowed his staff to hijack peoples fund after CBN has disbursed to them.
Bala Galadunci said wish Mr Nanono well in his future challenge. But the common man will not forget this man for his numerous controversy. Massive Food inflation have been witnessed during his stewardship.
Zwkariyya Muhammed M, anothe Facebook said Your minister is sacked and he still went for a meeting?
Another Facebook user Hussain Dantsoho Spikin said that's life he never see it coming. So always try to do something good when you have power because you don't know when or how that power will last or not this is a lesson for all not just him but all of us so we have to change how we treat people when we have power.
President Buhari sacks 2 serving ministers from the north
Earlier, two Nigerian ministers, Nanono (agriculture and rural development) and Saleh Mamman (power) have been relieved of their duties.
Both Nanono and Mamman were sacked by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, September 1.
While the minister of environment, Mohammed Mahmoud Abubakar, is to replace Nanono, Abubakar Aliyu (minister of state for works), is expected to take over Mamman's office.
Cabinet reshuffle: President Buhari hints at sacking more serving ministers
Meanwhile, President Buhari hinted at the possible sack of more members of his cabinet amid relieving two ministers of their duties.
The Nigerian leader made this known while announcing the sack of Nanono and Mamman.
In a statement by his special adviser media and publicity, Femi Adesina, on Wednesday, September 1, Buhari said that “that this process shall be continuous”.