Vanguard (Lagos)

12 February 2014

Nigeria: Jonathan Sacks Oduah, Three Other Ministers

Photo: Daily Trust
Nigeria Aviation Minister Princess Stella Oduah

Abuja — The gale of sack at the presidential Villa continued Wednesday, as President Goodluck Jonathan dropped the controversial Minister of Aviation, Stella oduah and three others.

Others dropped by the president include the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe, Minister of Police Affairs, Caleb Olubolade and the Minister of state for Finance, Dr Yerima Ngama.

Stella Oduah and the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe have been embroiled in a series of controversies in their ministries.

While Stella Oduah was condemned for purchasing Two bullet proof cars for outrageous N225Million, Orubebe has been roundly condemned for his inability to pursue the vision behind the establishment of the Niger Delta ministry.

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