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2 Oct 2017

Why Buhari Will Not Consider Jonathan's 2014 Confab Report - Presidency Reveals

The Presidency has once again made it clear that it would not consider the 2014 Confab report despite calls from some quarters that the report should be considered and implemented.

Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr Garba Shehu, ruled out the implantation of the report on Sunday when he appeared on Channels Television’s programme for Nigeria’s 57th Independence anniversary celebrations.

Asked why the Federal Government would not consider the report, Mr Shehu said, “Because it was not an inclusive conference. You very well recall that the leaders of our own party – whether ACN and all of that and the governors were missing from that conference.”

To make matters worse, the confab was heavily criticised but the Goodluck Jonathan administration went on with it.

This (the confab) was lopsided in terms of representation, ethnically, religiously, regionally; and they were insensitive to all of these things and then they want to force it down the throats of everyone. That is why it’s a problem.

President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration have called on aggrieved people in the country to take their grievances to the National Assembly which it said had the Constitutional backing to address such concerns.

The Presidential aide suggested that those behind the agitation in the country where those who had failed the nation in the past.

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