Home NEWS Amaechi Should Resign , NYCN Claims

Amaechi Should Resign , NYCN Claims

by Nuel Emuebie
0 comment


It is clear that for  every political arena to grow, the constant changes in variables attribute into the shape or form the final outlook will take, these factors include political players, the voters and the voting system. For a successful approach into achieving a free and fair election, these parts have a symbiotic role to play, and it cannot be inter changed.

The political players are the candidates who come out on the mandate of these political parties and seek election, others in this group include party chairmen, party excos and card carrying members. The next on the agents of change in an evolving political system is the role of the voters, these are the ones that come out to vote for the candidates of their choice, they are involved in attending rallies, and are lobbied to come out and vote for the party candidate. Then one very sensitive aspect, is that of the voting system.

While the nation is gearing for the next general elections , reports reaching us highlights that the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi has been advised to resign by The National Youth Council of Nigeria who have  posited that  the Minister of Transportation is dancing on the graves of the souls lost in the Kaduna Train station attack due to the fact that he has declared to be President just weeks after the attack.

Solomon Adodo the President , who spoke for the  group after an emergency meeting held on Monday in Abuja, said they are giving  a 48-hour ultimatum to the minister to resign or for the  President of the federal republic of Nigeria, President Buhari, to sack him. They said they do not have anything to do with Rotimi Amaechi’s ambition, but we’re against the method at which he made his intentions known on the 9th of April, 2022. They said he should resign, since he is less concerned about the lives that were lost and the individuals still missing from the attack of the Terrorists.

Related Articles

Leave a Comment

* By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More