President Muhammadu Buhari should assign returning ministers to their former ministries, according to a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Tonye Princewill.
In a statement on Friday, the APC chieftain lauded Buhari for bringing new blood into his cabinet
“The release of the Ministerial list and the speedy commencement of nominee screening by the Senate is significant for several reasons but I want to use this opportunity to thank the President for not only bringing in fresh faces with good records, but returning a few good men and women who have proved themselves not only diligent to their work, but committed to their people,” he said.
“First on the list of returnees of course is my friend and brother Rotimi Amaechi, the former Minister of Transportation.
“His contributions to the party and this government, including what we have suffered here in Rivers state, make his own nomination and his now successful screening, all the sweeter. We thank the President for standing by him. He will more than justify your confidence.”
According to him,“While we await the screening of significant others and the assignment of portfolios, it is worthy to note that continuity in areas where we performed is the surest way to consolidation.
“I look forward to seeing the returnees in familiar roles, while the newcomers hit the ground running. Time is not on our side. Nigerians need results. There will be no honeymoon period.”