It’s failure to accept previous position after serving eight years as governor – Bwala

A former lawmaker and chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Daniel Bwala, has taken a swipe at some of the ministerial nominees.

In a tweet via his verified Twitter handle on Friday, Bwala claimed that a person who served as a minister, became a governor for eight years, and chose to go back to be a minister could be described as a failure, and his conduct was repugnant to natural justice.

Bwala’s statement might be a dig at the former governors of Rivers and Kaduna States, Nyesom Wike and Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, respectively.

He wrote, “A person who was a minister, then became a governor and served for 8 years, AND CHOSE to go back to be a minister (in other words to repeat a class) he/she is a failure and his conduct in the 21st century is REPUGNANT TO NATURAL JUSTICE, EQUITY AND GOOD CONSCIENCE. It’s like becoming a commissioner, then a governor and back to be a commissioner again.” [sic].

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  1. They may be recall because their good works speak volume for them. Let them come and do better


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