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ABBA KYARI: A VICTIM OF HIS OWN DIRECTIVE.

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The Presidency through the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, had in October 2018 stripped the Federal Ministry of Health its powers to procure anything and transferred the authority to the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. This development was caused by a power play between the then Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, and Kyari, one year after the exit of Prof Adewole the status quo still remain while the Dr Ehanire and Senator Mamora have met with Kyari several times on this issue and no progress was made.

So, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, the Presidency released N386m for the purchase of equipment to tackle the epidemic and it was hampered by the directive before Abba Kyari contracted it, and due to the fact that he couldn’t travel abroad for treatment, he has to cope with the equipment we have on ground here.

It’s no longer news that this epidemic has really exposed the level of rot in this country in all sectors which was orchestrated by our leaders and it will be good if they become a victim of their own undoing. I know we have no record of many unknown Nigerians that have died because of his directive between October 2018 and now, they are also somebody to their families.

On the 8th of June 1998, the broadcast was made of the dead of General Sani Abacha the then Nigeria head of state, the whole street was thrown into jubilations, because it was said to be the dawn of a new era in Nigeria, I also joined in the jubilation, because we were going through hardship as citizens of this country. 22years after we are still blessed with that kind of leader, so if God in his infinite mercy decided to take them away one by one under any disguise, I am happy.

This should be lessons to others that are in a position of authority and still have the opportunity of making an amendment to make life enjoyable for Nigerians please kindly do it, or else the judgment will come upon you too.

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