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Statistical representation of Buhari’s appointees in different regions


The Presidency released a statistical representation of Buhari’s appointees in different regions, days after former Military Governor of Kaduna State Col. Abubakar Umar’s open letter to the Nigerian leader. 

Recall that Col. Abubakar Umar (retd) had written a letter to Buhari urging him to emulate the administration of the late Prime Minister Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Olusegun Obasanjo (Military Government) and the late Alhaji Shehu Shagari in terms of appointments, saying that Nigeria has become dangerously polarised and risk sliding into crisis on account of Buhari’s “lopsided appointments”

Alot of controversy trailed the former Military Governor’s open letter, the Presidency has now released a statistical representation of Buhari’s appointees. While most of the President’s appointees came from the South-West, the South-East got the least political appointment. 

See the statistical chart below;


  1. Who is fooling who? The Federal Government of Nigeria can only deceive her ilks, not every Nigerian by that data. We are all witnesses to all appointments made by Mr. President, Muhammadu Buhari. To now say it favored South West most, is unacceptable. Make a list of all beneficiaries of the Federal appointments for the world to see. Chikena!

  2. Let them continue to ridicule themselves with their frivolous, inaccurate, phony, unrealistic and satanic computation. The fact remains that whatever a man sow, that he shall surely reap. The regime has pride itself as the worst in the annals of the nation’s history going by its overt nepotism, wickedness and injustice.

  3. There is a difference between a driver, House help, senior special adviser and Director General appointment.

  4. Who is the mathematician who did this computation? Are they giving this yawn to foreigners or to us Nigerians? They think that Nigerians are idiots abi?


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