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Apart from the policies she pursued in the housing sector as minister, Pepple has to her credit, the construction of a mausoleum for the first indigenous President of Nigeria, Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe and the construction of six federal secretariats across the country.
The former Head of Service of the Federation believed she was been efficient, effective and hardworking, but, she had opposed Jonathan one day and he fired her without remorse, despite she admitted that the president has the prerogative “to hire and fire”.
Pepple saluted the courage of some women at the National Assembly who were going for governorship elections. She believes a woman may become the President of Nigeria one day.
She refused to make specific comments on the role of the opposition party number one, the All Progressives Congress.
She is currently a pastor and not doing anything, except church work. The ex-minister still has not decided whether she would return to politics:
In the end of her interview she was also praying for peace to reign between President Jonathan and Governor Rotimi Amaechi of Rivers state: