Mandela Day: Aremu asks Obasanjo to shun partisanship comments, wants youth, women in Buhari’s next level cabinet

Renowned labour leader, Comrade Issa Aremu, Thursday advised former President Olusegun Obasanjo to remain a statesman and shun partisanship on issues affecting the corporate existence of the country.
He spoke at an event he organised to mark the 10th Nelson Mandela Day in Ilorin, Kwara state capital with the theme “Action Against Poverty “.
The former deputy president of the Nigeria Labour Congress(NLC) also urged President Muhammadu Buhari to constitute his cabinet .

He said that the prospective cabinet members should include youths, women and technocrats among others .

He noted that the delay in the constitution of the federal cabinet has created fears among the citizenry, saying that Nigerians are expecting a new brand of cabinet members that would support President Buhari in driving the nation to economic prosperity.
Also speaking at the event,the national chairman of Labour Party, Alh Abdulkadir Salam called on President Muhammadu Buhari to relieve  all the service chiefs of their appointments with immediate effect.
This, he said becomes necessary in order to reposition the country’s security system for a more efficiency.

He noted that ,”insecurity in Nigeria today is frightening and very bad.I want to travel today,no flight and I can’t travel by road.

“In order to solve our problems of insecurity,President Buhari must sack all these service chiefs immediately because they are too old and they cannot perform”.

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