“Ministerial positions are political appointments and what happens is that with their exit they “convert” several public properties into personal possessions. This must stop”
Were Yar’adua & Jonathan Associates?
The Vice must be worthy of the office of the President. He must have a good contribution to make in government both in delivering his constituency (state, region or geopolitical or ethnic area) as well as in decision making.
The Vice President’s constitutional duties may have to be reviewed. At present all his powers, when the president is in office, is as assigned by the President. If the President is a good administrator that would not be a problem but if not the Vice President is a constitutional celebrity with no real powers. Nigerians must consider if the office of the President would need more nudging to co-operate with his Vice.