Nigeria Experiencing The Worst Form Of Nepotism In The History Of Government– Fayose

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Nigeria Experiencing The Worst Form Of
Nepotism In The History Of Government–
Fayose

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Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose is at
it again, he said that Nigerians are
suffering under the All Progressives
Congress (APC) government led by
President Mohammadu Buhari because
“the country is in the hands of wrong
managers who do not know what to do
and out of nepotism, not ready to be
assisted by those who know.” Fayose
through a statement released by his
Special Assistant on Public
Communications and New Media, Lere
Olayinka , said the country is
experiencing the worst form of
nepotism in the history of government
in the country.
“Nepotism is the reason our President
discarded competent people in his
party that should be running the
government with him and opted for
his relatives, friends, in-laws and very
close associates. The only qualification
to hold key positions in the Presidency
is to know a certain nephew of the
President or be a member of his
family, that’s nepotism and what
nepotism breeds is incompetence. The
most influential person in the
Presidency today is said to be one
Mamman Daura, who is a nephew of
the President. Personal Assistant to
President Buhari is said to be the son
of Mamman Daura while the State
Chief of Protocol said to be married to
Mamman Daura’s daughter. It is also
the height of nepotism that apart from
just two, all security chiefs and heads
of all the paramilitary agencies in
Nigeria , as well as all the political-
heads overseeing all the military and
paramilitary arms and agencies are
from the North of Nigeria,” governor
Fayose said.
He also added that President
Muhammadu Buhari was obviously
being tormented by fear of the
unknown described by him as the
main reason people take to nepotism.
“As a leader, you don’t need to fear
anything. But the moment a leader
peeps into the future, realising that his
lack of capacity could have
consequential effects on him, such a
leader will definitely resort to
nepotism to protect himself. Also, the
moment a government is unable to
guarantee the existence of the people,
it must resort to nepotism to protect
itself and that is exactly what is being
witnessed in Nigeria, especially with
the lopsided appointments of security
chiefs and key functionaries of the
Federal Government,” he added.
“Most of those people that aided the
emergence of President Buhari must
be having a rethink now, but it is too
late! Interestingly, political affiliation
has nothing to do with hunger,
poverty and lack. Exchange rate was
less than N200 to $1 when President
Buhari took over power, as at today, it
has gone beyond N400 to $1 and
Naira is still undergoing a free fall.
One bag of rice was less than N8, 000
as at May 2016, it is now N20, 000.
Kerosene is now beyond the reach of
the masses. Nigerians voted for
change because the APC promised
them solutions to the country’s
problems, but all we hear every day
from the APC Federal Government are
complaints upon complaints as if
Nigerians elected a government of
complaints. Obviously, the APC
government has failed Nigerians and
the President has resorted to putting
his immediate family members and
close associates in key government
positions to protect himself from the
fear of the unknown that has
enveloped him,” Fayose said as he
lamented the poor state of the
Nigerian economy.

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