DOES APPOINTMENT OF ANY YORUBA BY PMB TANTAMOUNT TO “APPOINTMENT FOR US” ?…HELL NO,SAY YORUBAS!

DO THE APPOINTMENT OF ANY YORUBA BY PMB MEAN APPOINTMENT FOR THE YORUBA NATION?...HELL,NO!

7 TRUTHS ABOUT PMB APPOINTMENTS AS SEEN BY MANY YORUBAS 

1.It is true that PMB has been one-sided with appointments of Northerners one too many.However the appointment of two Yorubas for the VP yesterday seemed to be a sign that those to work with PMB and the VP at close quarters might be only those they personally know and can vouch for.

2.It is also true that Yorubas should have had more appointments by now in accordance with the support given to PMB during the elections.

3.PMB and those in Aso Rock must have known by now that stats on the appointments are circulating in the social media which can turn the Yoruba mind against PMB IF CARE IS NOT TAKEN

4.But let it be known that Yorubas do not see the appointment of their kinsmen to public positions as a do or die or as appointments for the Yoruba nation.Most of the time those who are really happy are close friends or families of those appointed.But Yorubas will generally rejoice over appointments that are likely to lead to deliver expected dividends whether Yoruba or not eg Dr Adesina and Prof.Itse Sagay.Despite serving in GEJ govt and delivering Dr Adesina has become respected by Yorubas .Same for Prof. Sagay whom we have known from our students’ days at Ife.

5.On the other hand Yorubas have noticed that a certain ethnic group which voted massively against PMB has been most vociferous over the appointments made by PMB. Have Yorubas not gone to court over the appointments because we are docile? Hell,no.But our way of thinking problems out and seeking solutions are probably different.If Yorubas did not vote for PMB and someone who calls himself or herself a leader of thought ask about appointments from him many Yorubas will ask him or her “WHO SENT YOU”.That is why we did not query OBJ about his appointments.Even the GEJ administration was not exactly fair to us but our attention was on his performance and not on appointments.We do not believe in reaping political  gains or appointments from those we do not like or respect politically.

6.All the same PMB must obey the constitution and must address the issue of federal character even if he has to appoint from the APC members in the South-East and the South-South.To do otherwise may cause further damage for him from even the Yorubas who are in love with him.

7.However,we must say what is really going on in our minds which may tantamount to a contradiction to what we have stated above.You may agree or disagree…BUT DOES IT MATTER IF PMB’S APPOINTMENTS ARE 98% FROM HIS VILLAGE IN DAURA IF THEY ARE COMPETENT AND CAN DELIVER ON DIVIDENDS OF DEMOCRACY TO NIGERIANS?…Please think about that and react to it if you may in our comment section below

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  1. JUST FOR THE RECORDS…List Of 50 Jonathan’s Appointees Revealed

    A northern group made an attempt to defend President Buhari over accusations of ‘northernisation’ and to prove he is being guided by the same logic as his predecessor Goodluck Jonathan in picking the people for his team.

    Concerned Elders of the North group released a list containing 50 names and their positions in an attempt to prove that the Jonathan cabinet was dominated by the people from the South.
    Nigeria-Geo-Political-Zones

    Read the lists below:

    South East list (13 names)

    1. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala – Coordinating minister of economy, the minister offinance

    2. Bright Okogwu – DG Budget

    3. Emeka Eze – DG BPP

    4. Arunma Oteh – DG SEC

    5. Oscar Onyema – DG NSE

    6. Chike Obi – MD AMCON

    7. Chinelu Onuoha – DG PENCOM

    8. Godwin Emefiele – CBN Governor

    9. Uche Orji – MD Sovereign Wealth Fund

    10. Sunny Iroha – DG Housing Fund

    11. Evelyn Oputa – MD Bank of Industry

    12. Nnenna Orji – the chairman of Investments, Securities Tribunal

    13. Pius Anyim – SGF

    South East & South South list (37 names)

    14. Anthony Anuforom – NIMET

    15. Andrew Yakubu – NNPC

    16. Patrick Apobolokemi – NIMASA

    17. Chinebo Anohu Amazu – PENCOM

    18. Chukwu Amuchi – FERMA

    19. George Osahon – DPR

    20. Evelyn Oputu – Bank of Industry

    21. Ernest Nwanpa – Nigerian Content Dev. Agency

    22. Dupe Atoki – Consumer Protection Agency

    23. Eugene Juwah – NCC

    24. Nnamdi Udoh – NAMA

    25. Akiku Otu – NCAA

    26. George Uriesi – FAAN

    27. Chinere Kalu – NCATY

    28. Paul Orhii – NAFDAC

    29. G.N. Elemo – FIIRO

    30. Oron Joshua Okpo – Maritime Academy of Nigeria

    31. Seyi Sijuwade – Railway Corporation

    32. Sally Mbanefoh – Nigerian Tourism Dev. Corporation

    33. Bright Okogwu – Budget Office of the Federation

    34. Godswill Obioma – NERDC

    35. R.R. Orya – NEXIM

    36. Joseph Odumodu – Standards Organisation of Nigeria

    37. Emeka Nkem Mba – Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation

    38. Longmas Wapmuk – Industrial Training Fund

    39. Julius Okojie – National Universities Commission

    40. N.S. Benebo – NESREA

    41. Precious Gbenjo – MDG Office

    42. Peter Chigozie – Surveyor general of the federation

    43. Yemi Kale – Statistician general of the federation

    44. Jonah Otunla – Accountant general of the federation

    45. Samuel Yonongo Ukara – Auditor general of the federation

    46. Mike Omeri – National Orientation Agency

    47. Oluremi Oyo – News Agency of Nigeria (Oluremi Oyo was replaced by ImaNiboro from the South South)

    48. David I. Adelugba – NEPC E/S

    49. Olugbenga Kuye – NEPZA

    50. Peter Godsday Orubebe – Niger Delta Ministry

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