Why Buhari’s Administration Was Not a Failure, Ngige Reveals

Jan 6, 2024 | Uncategorized


  • Former minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige, said the administration of Muhammadu Buhari was not a failure
  • Ngige said he was part of the Buhari’s government and knows about the immediate administration performance
  • The former Anambra state governor said the Buhari’s government completed the Second Niger Bridge, school feeding programme and numerous railways across the country.

Legit.ng journalist Adekunle Dada has over 5 years of experience covering metro and government policy.

Anambra state – Former minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige, has explained why the tenure of former President Muhammadu Buhari cannot be described as a failure.

According to The Nation, Ngige maintained that the Buhari’s administration completed many projects.

Why Buhari’s administration was not a failure, Ngige reveals
Ngige defends Buhari, says former president administartion was not a failure
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He mentioned the Second Niger Bridge, school food programs, and the Enugu Airport as some of the projects the immediate past administration completed.

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He stated this while speaking to newsmen at his home in Alor, Idemili South Local Government Area during the distribution of palliatives to APC members, persons with disabilities and the aged. on Saturday, January 6, The Punch reported.

“It is not true that the Buhari administration was a failure. I was part of the government and the administration completed a lot of projects including the Second Niger Bridge, school feeding programme and numerous railways across the country.

What Tinubu should do for civil servants, Ngige reveals

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Ngige revealed one major task President Bola Ahmed Tinubu must embark on when he assumes office.

He said Tinubu should start discussions on a review of the minimum wage currently obtainable in Nigeria.

The minister said Tinubu’s government should come up with a new minimum wage higher than the current N30,000.

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Ngige reveals how CBN’s policy affected kidnappers, bandits

Ngige revealed the fate that befell the kidnappers and bandits in Nigeria due to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)’s naira redesign policy.

Ngige disclosed that kidnappers and bandits are on “holiday” owing to the scarcity of naira notes in the country. in an interview with Channels Television, Ngige said although the implementation of the naira redesign policy was not “smooth”, there were some benefits.

The minister noted that vote buying during the 2023 general elections was reduced, however, stated that the implementation of the policy was not smooth. He added that Nigerians no longer have the cash to raise the ransom for kidnappers and bandits.

Source: Legit.ng



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