Ohanaeze Reacts As Presidency Acknowledges Cabal In Buhari Govt

Ohanaeze Reacts As Presidency Acknowledges Cabal In Buhari Govt 1

President Muhammdu Buhari/File Photo

The apex Igbo Socio-cultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has condemned the Presidency for admitting that there are cabals in President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

Concise News had reported that the presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, on Wednesday acknowledged that there is a cabal in the Presidency and that they are respectable Nigerians who have achieved a lot and should be respected.


Shehu also dismissed claims that president Buhari was being manipulated by a group of individuals who have formed a cabal.

However, Publicity Secretary of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Uche Achi-Ogbaga, described Shehu’s comment as unfortunate, adding that such claims from the Presidency was enough to impeach the President.

ALSO READ  ‘Assistant Madams’ Is Terrible, And That’s Why I Love It

He said: “You see, when you do the right thing in a wrong way, it becomes wrong. The issue is not about being hungry or well-fed. It is about the integrity of the government, it is about conventionality, law and civility. The taxpayers’ money is used to pay the retinue of ministers, presidential advisers, assistants and other aides.

“They are the official government decision policy or decision-makers. Yet, you abandon them to depend or take instructions from an underhand body called the cabal. It is unfortunate that Garba Shehu, whose utterances are presumed as that of the President, could say that blatantly.

ALSO READ  Man Dies After Jumping Into Well To Retrieve His 3k Phone (Video)

“From the American experience, it is enough to impeach the President if it is established, as in the present case, that it came from the presidency.


“It is absurd to jettison the Federal Executive Council and other lawful bodies to take orders from an ethnic and prejudice-infested cabal. It smells to high heaven.”

The post Ohanaeze Reacts As Presidency Acknowledges Cabal In Buhari Govt appeared first on Concise News.

Go to Source

Share to your friends