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Presidency finally admits: Yes, we are bias

The Presidency, through the the Presidential spokes man, Femi Adesina has admitted that the President have not adopted the ‘style of other leaders‘ to appoint people from regions other than that from which they come from.

Speaking on a Channels Television programme on Sunday, July 18, the Presidential aide said:

“When it is the turn of a person to hold a certain office and you say because he is from a certain region you then bypass him for another person, you have been unfair to that person and also to the system,” he said.

“The security system often times operates on hierarchy and efficiency. So if you have a senior person who is also efficient and because he comes from a certain region, you bypass him, I think you are being unjust and unfair to somebody.”

“It amazes me when people say they have not heard on this and that. What they expect is that the president will come out personally to talk on those things, which I don’t think is the thing to do,” he said.

“Why does the president have aides? Why does he have ministers? Why do we have officials in government? When they have spoken on those issues, I think we should consider that government has spoken on them.

“Yes, the president may have not adopted the style of other leaders, but the life of every Nigerian is precious to him.

“Yes the budget has been passed. The intention is to implement that budget as much as possible but then the circumstances are making it difficult because projections are not being met because of what is happening in the Niger Delta and other parts of the economy,” 

“But as much as possible the government would still adhere to that project as much as revenue will permit and allow,” he said.

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