Stella Dimoko Nigerian Ministers Resign En masse To Chase Presidential Ambition After President Buhari's Directive


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Thursday, May 12, 2022

Nigerian Ministers Resign En masse To Chase Presidential Ambition After President Buhari's Directive

On Wednesday May 11,2022 President Muhammadu Buhari issued a directive that all cabinet members vying for elective offices in the 2023 elections, should resign before May 16, 2022....

So far so good some Minsters resigned before the day ended.... They are Minister of Science and Technology Ogbonnaya Onu, Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi, Niger delta affairs minister Akpabio, and Education Minister, Emeka Nwajiuba.....

It is believed that more will resign before the deadline ends on Monday May 16, 2022.


  1. They no even send Bu garri again. lol. They know they won’t win primaries, yet they resigned. 2023 is going to be hot o

  2. Osinbajo is not required to resign, his elected not appointed.

  3. Na their business, oga waited for them to purchase the form 1st before telling them to resign lol

  4. Good move but all from same region

  5. Mumu ministers. They are not worth anything . No impact at all

  6. So they still wan to contest for something else????????odiegwu!!!! Bbjac.

  7. Pawns
    When the north has dirt on you, they'll make sure one does dia biddings or be exposed. They wnt to use dem to divide southern votes. This one wey NNPP don resurrect, hmm na wa o

  8. Buhari is a political strategist. Allow them to declare. Allow them to pay the N100m nomination few to APC. Then ask them to resign. That's POL.SC. 101👌.

  9. Pastors too should resign.


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