Group Asks Ngige To Resign, Says Consultation An Afterthought.

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A political forum group, Better Nigeria has accused the outgoing Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige of perpetrating in illegality by remaining in office and asked him to resign forthwith.

In a statement issued by Mohamed Inuwa on behalf of the group, says the idea of consultation being bandied by the Minister was an afterthought.

He asked the Minister not to overheat the heat the polity and resigned forthwith, having picked the APC 100 Million Naira intent form.

He maintained that the Minister was expected to have consulted widely before embarking on the wide goose chase, saying his gimmicks will not work this time around.

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The group also challenged the CBN governor for still remaining in office after the president’s directives, saying the action of the two government appointees was tantamount to insubordination and above the law of the land.

They promised to picket Labour Ministry and CBN on their failure to step aside from their current positions by next week Monday the 16, May, 2022.




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