President Goodluck Jonathan Sacks Youth Development Minister Inuwa Abdulkadir

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President Goodluck Jonathan reortedly
sacked the Minister of Youth
Development, Inuwa Abdulkadir,
with immediate effect from yesterday. The sack of the minister who was appointed last year was announced through a statement from the office of the Secretary to the Government of the
Federation. The release ordered the
minister to hand over to the
Permanent Secretary of the Federal
Ministry of Youth Development.
Abdulkadir was appointed last year
to replace former Minister of Sports,
Alhaji Yusuf Sulieman who resigned
his ministerial appointment to
enable him contest the Sokoto State
gubernatorial election then. Both
the governor of Sokoto, Aliyu
Wamakko and House of Reps
Speaker, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal
also from the seat of caliphate are
opposed to the second term
ambition of President Goodluck
Jonathan in 2015.
The statement terminating the
minister’s appointment reads: “His
Excellency Dr. Goodluck Ebele
Jonathan, GCFR President and
Commander –in-Chief of the Armed
Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria
has relieved Inuwa Abdul-kadir, Esq
of his appointment as Honourable
Minister of Youth Development with
effect from the 26th of August,
2013″.
“The former Minister is to hand over
to the Permanent Secretary of the
Federal Ministry of Youth
Development. Mr. President
expresses appreciation to the
Former Minister for the time he put
in the services of the nations and
wishes him success in his future
endeavours.” There has got to be some back story that we the “masses” aren’t privy to…..ijs.

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