Why Buhari sacked ministers

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President Muhammadu Buhari has given the reason behind a reshuffle in his cabinet and the sack of two ministers.

Mohammed Sabo Nanono, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, and Sale Mamman, Minister of Power, were fired in a minor cabinet reshuffle

They were replaced by Dr. Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar, Minister of Environment, and Abubakar D. Aliyu, Minister of State, Works & Housing.

Presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina said the changes were sequel to the “tradition of subjecting our projects and programmes implementation to independent and critical self-review”.

“These significant review steps have helped to identify and strengthen weak areas, close gaps, build cohesion and synergy in governance, manage the economy and improve the delivery of public good to Nigerians.

“I must commend this cabinet for demonstrating unparalleled resilience that helped the government to navigate the disruption to global systems and governance occasioned by the emergence of COVID-19 shortly after inauguration. The weekly Federal Executive Council meetings was not spared because the traditional mode was altered.

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“As we are all aware, change is the only factor that is constant in every human endeavor and as this administration approaches its critical phase in the second term, I have found it essential to reinvigorate this cabinet in a manner that will deepen its capacity to consolidate legacy achievements,” said Adesina.

The cabinet changes came to many Nigerians by surprise because during his first term between 2015 and 2019, the ministers who left the cabinet resigned on their own.