• Though the president has come up with the much awaited list of 21 ministerial nominees, there are those who have expressed grave fears that 15 states may be
    left without a representation. EMMA ALOZIE looks at the merits of those who express these fears

AFTER about four months
of anxious wait, President
Muhamadu Buhari has finally
sent the ministerial list to the
senate for confirmation. He
sent what he described as the
first batch of the ministerial
nominees containing 21
Curiously, the names
submitted have raised
more controversies than the
president and his handlers
envisaged. Commentators
and activists alike have come
down hard on the president
describing the list as not
worth the four months wait.
Olu Adegoroye, a human
rights activists, described
the list as disappointment
arguing that the content
of the list should not have
warranted this long wait.
According to him “I think
that the general reaction
to the release of the names
of the proposed ministers
by President Muhammadu
Buhari is that of total
disappointment. The reason
being that as of the time we
were putting pressure on
the President, he went to the
United States and asked for
patience because he said he
was looking for clean people