A poster promoting Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's 2015 re-election in 2015 in Abuja. (Ola Awoniyi, AFP)
Abuja - President Goodluck Jonathan is angry with many members of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) and many of his aides for allowing the rival All Progressives Congress (APC) get the upper hand so early in the campaign leading to the February 14 election, reports NewsDay.
Jonathan is unhappy with them that many of them have not been able to counter the claims of the APC, which has resulted in the public turning against his administration and seining it as non-performing.
President Jonathan is particularly irked that many Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) and their Ministers are not reeling out the facts and figures enough for Nigerians to appreciate the modest successes recorded by the administration.Also read: APGA favours Buhari over Jonathan
To address this perceived inadequacies, president is considering reshuffling his cabinet in days to come.
A little swap of ministers might take place to sell the achievements of the government to the public and defend allegations from critics and the opposition.
Read more at NewsDay.
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