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President Buhari’s reappointment of his kitchen cabinet, signs of things to

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President Mohammadu Buhari last week announced the reappointments of some of his key officials who have remained in office even after his first tenure in office expired on May 29.
Those reappointed include his chief of staff, Abba Kyari, the secretary to the federal government, Boss Mustaphar, and other personnel considered to be members of his kitchen cabinet.
The reappointment was contrary to speculations that the president could rejig his inner cabinet to create the atmosphere for effective governance, but that was not to be with the confirmation of their appointment last week.
Analysts believed that the reappointment was a confirmation of concerns being expressed by many that the government pace of work may likely not be different from what it used to be.
It was noted that though the reappointment is consistent with the president behavioural pattern of retaining those trusted and familiar with even if they remain inefficient.

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The reappointment is also seen as a signpost of what should be expected whenever the president eventually constitutes his cabinet.
Many observers believed that Nigerian should not expect any drastic change in approach to governance in the next four years as the president is not likely to make any meaningful restructuring in his policy and actions.
President Buhari had in May surprised many people with the reappointment of the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele for a second term of five years in office.
The reappointment came at a time Nigerians are expecting a holistic change in governance and the people driving its policy.
Before the reappointment of Emefiele for a second term, all other previous CBN governors from 1999 till date failed to get reappointment as they were changed by the successive administration in their bid to strengthen the monetary authority.

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