As President Muhammadu Buhari formally inaugurated his cabinet yesterday, a socio-political group, the Buhari Solidarity, Front, has charged the new ministers to avoid the culture of impunity in the discharge of their duties.
The group also commended President Buhari and the All Progressives Congress, APC, for so far living up to expectations in its change mantra.
In a press release jointly signed by its national chairman, Victor Oyewole, national coordinator, Emeka Oraetoka, and national secretary, Samuel Egere, the group expressed delight and satisfaction in the nomination of ministers by the president, commending the calibre of nominees and the way the portfolios assigned to each of the ministers, with particular concern for service delivery.
They therefore charged the ministers to remain steadfast in ensuring that Nigerians and indeed the nation experienced the much deserved change which would transform the economy for good.
They also commended the president for clearly spelling out his code of conduct for the ministers, as well as the low key fashion the pre-inauguration retreat took.
“We wholeheartedly wish to associate with the presidential directive to the ministers designate to avoid the culture of impunity and profligacy in the discharge of their duties. More so, the low keyed retreat that was held within the confines of the Aso Rock Villa, as against the old culture of embarking on jamboree to Obudu Cattle Ranch is highly commended,” the group said.
They further charged all Nigerians to come up with constructive ideas to improve the lives of the majority, which they stressed was the essence of governance.
“We sincerely commend Mr President for a job well done, because looking at the assignment of portfolios, it is evident that President Buhari is interested in service delivery. We therefore challenge all the ministers to waste no time in getting to work so that Nigerians will begin to experience the manifestation and benefits of the change mantra,” they concluded.

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