Abuja - Labour and Employment Minister Chris Ngige disclosed on Monday, September 5, that President Muhammadu Buhari is not against restructuring the country, Naij reports.
While making his revelations, Ngige stated that the Buhari administration has begun the process of restructuring key functions within society, the first of which being the nation's economy.
Assuring citizens that the President will be looking into restructuring politics in Nigeria, Ngige stated that he is sure people will express happiness in changes currently being made within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
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“It’s one after the other. After economic restructuring to reposition the economy of this country, the Buhari administration will embark on the political restructuring and will set the modalities for the exercise,” he stated.
In addition, Ngige urged militants to embrace peace, adding that violence would only add to the country's woes, Punch reports.
“Militancy and agitations are not the answer to resolving Nigeria’s myriads of problems, which the Buhari administration didn’t create in the first place,” Ngige said.
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