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New Minister of Education Appointed- Nyesom Wike and 8 others Replaced Sacked Ministers


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Yesterday, we reported that the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Goodluck Jonathan Sacked 9 Ministers including the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa’i, she told new men today, 12th September, 2013 that she is going back to school. (Please someone should remind her that there is Asuu Strike… or she want to go teach monkeys? This reminds of those children songs… when we were kid, if you goto school early, lizard will be your teacher. bla bla bla. How time flies?)

The President didn’t particularly give reasons for the mass sack that happened yester-night but there are speculations in some quarters that it was politically motivated. (wait ooo. you didn’t read this here o). Between, am not too concern about why they are sacked or replaced. The only reason why this is a topic here is because our Minister of Education is among those sacked, and also Asuu strike, aside from that, I have not seen any FG money. lol.
Anyways I heard that the 9 ministers sacked today were nominated by the Governors that defected to the new PDP aka Atiku’s PDP. I guess the old PDP want show them that power pass power. Nigerian politicians they will never stop acting drama.(well, i guess Nollywood get their story line from them)

New Minister of Education Appointed- Nyesom Wike and 8 others Replaced Sacked Ministers

To come tot the matter on ground. The new serving ministers deployed to oversee the activities of the ministries which lost their ministers today are;

Nyesom Wike (Minister of State for Education) – Ministry of Education
Labaran Maku (Minister of Information) – Ministry of Defence
Musa Sada (Minister of Solid Mineral Dev) – Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development
Darius Ishaku (Minister of State for Niger Delta Development) – Ministry of Environment
Akinwumi Adesina (Ministers of Agriculture) – Ministry of State for Agriculture
Chinedu Nebo (Minister of Power) – Ministry of Power for State
Omobola Johnson ( Minister of Communication Technology) – Ministry of Science and Technology
Bashir Yuguda (Minister of state, Works) – Ministry of National Planning.

What we (And am sure all the students and concerned parents) want to hear is that Asuu Strike is called off.
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