President Buhari Shakes Up Cabinet, Appoints New Ministers

In a bid to reinvigorate his administration and address Nigeria’s challenges, President Muhammadu Buhari has reshuffled his cabinet, appointing new ministers to key positions.

The move comes as Nigeria faces growing security concerns, economic challenges, and political tensions.The reshuffle saw the removal of some ministers and the appointment of new ones to various portfolios.

Notable changes include the appointment of former governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola, as the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, while the former Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, has been moved to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The former Minister of Works and Housing, Raji Fashola, has been reassigned to the Ministry of Power.

President Buhari has stated that the reshuffle is aimed at injecting fresh energy into his government and ensuring that his administration delivers on its promises to Nigerians.

He has called on the new ministers to hit the ground running and work tirelessly to tackle Nigeria’s challenges.

The reshuffle has been met with mixed reactions, with some Nigerians expressing optimism that the new ministers will bring fresh ideas and solutions to the table, while others have criticized the move as too little, too late, and called for more radical changes in the government.

Overall, the reshuffle is a significant development in Nigeria’s political landscape, and it remains to be seen how the new ministers will perform in their new roles and whether the move will lead to meaningful progress for the country.

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