Nigerian govt. sacks FRCN’s Ladan Salihu, NTA’s Sola Omole, NAN’s Ima Niboro, others

From Left: Managing Director, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Mr Ima Niboro; Director-general, Nigerian Television Authority, Dr Sola Omole; Director-general, Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Malam Ladan Salihu; During a Visit of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption to the Minister of Information and Culture in Abuja on Tuesday (9/2/16).

The Nigerian government has fired the heads of the six information-related parastatals under the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, announced the disengagement during a meeting he held with the Chief Executives of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA), Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Voice of Nigeria (VON), News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and the National Orientation Agency (NOA) on Monday .

The Minister directed the disengaged Chief Executives to hand over to the most senior officials in their various establishments.

He thanked them for their service to the nation and wished them the best of luck in their future endeavours.

The affected chief executives are the Directors-General of NTA, Sola Omole; FRCN (Ladan Salihu); VON (Sam Worlu); NOA (Mike Omeri); NBC ( Emeka Mba) and the Managing Director of NAN (Ima Niboro).

When contacted, Mr. Niboro confirmed he and his colleagues had been removed.

“The minister met with us at 9 a.m today to inform us of government’s decision to replace us,” Mr. Niboro said.”He said he wanted us to be the first to know so we don’t get to read it on the pages of newspapers.”

“We thank President Buhari and the minister for giving us the opportunity to serve the administration for the past eight months. Some of us knew the pressure under which the government had been to remove us. So our removal this morning is understandable.

“I especially thank the minister for the gentlemanly manner he handled the whole matter. We are grateful and will continue to hold him in high esteem.”

Mr. Niboro and his five colleagues were appointed at various times by the Goodluck Jonathan administration.

Minister Mohammed had given indication the officials would be fired on November 20, 2015 when he called them to a meeting where he accused them of partisanship and lack of professionalism.

At that meeting, the minister noted that government-owned media organizations had a wide range of highly trained personnel, working tools, as well as a wide reach, but had unfortunately continued to engage in “outright unprofessional conduct”.

“Why have you all chosen to play second fiddle in the country’s media landscape? I ask because the NTA and FRCN of yesterday is not the same as what we have today,” the minister had said.

“There is no denying the fact that the private radio and TV stations are doing much better, at least going by the fact that most Nigerians prefer them to the public broadcasters”.

“Indeed, most Nigerians find the private broadcasters more credible”, Mr. Mohammed noted.

He condemned the official’s disregard for editorial independence.

“They mortgaged their credibility on the altar of political correctness,” he said.


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  • ’70

    The rubber has hit the road…
    Please make sure they are replaced with credible professionals and not just political cronies…
    Thanks goes to those disengaged for serving the nation. God be with you all in your future endeavours

    • JSA1

      THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVOURS ARE IN KIRIKIRI AND KUJE PRISONS.

      • JSA1

        THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVOURS ARE IN KIRIKIRI AND KUJE PRISONS, ESPECIALLY, MIKE OMERI AND EMEKA MBA GOING BY THEIR ACTIVITIES BEFORE THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS. GOOD MOVE BY PMB.

        • ’70

          Guys, please remember that they are innocent until proven guilty

          • JSA1

            Who will work under Jonathan that can ever be innocent going by the revelations we are witnessing daily?

          • ’70

            Trust me JSA1, there are many who didn’t get their hands soiled… Trust me!

          • JSA1

            Not Under Jonathan, the emperor looter.

          • ’70

            Well, people like me served under his administration and didn’t loot, & that’s why Buhari retained me…

          • JSA1

            If you are confident and truthful, send me your email address for more serious conversation.

          • ’70

            Why do i have to do that if I may ask?
            What has my e-mail got to do with being truthful?
            Why do i have to publish it for the whole world?

          • JSA1

            Good morning! Mr Jonathan survivor!

          • ’70

            Good Morning. I survived Buhari & not Jonathan

  • JSA1

    CORRECT! THIS IS RIGHT STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION!

    THIS IS LONG OVERDUE. HOW CAN PMB CONTINUE TO RETAIN PDP AGENTS IN CRITICAL AGENCIES OF GOVERNMENT WHO DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE CHANGE MANSTRA OF THE APC LED GOVERNMENT? THEY WILL WORK AGAINST PMB AGENDA FOR NIGERIA. THE NEXT STAGE IS TO PROBE ALL OF THEM AND JAIL ANY OF THEM THAT IS GUILTY.

    THE NEXT AGENTS OF PDP TO BE SACKED ARE ALL THE AMBASSADORS TO VARIOUS COUNTRIES, THE JUDICIARY – THE CORRUPT JUDGES FROM MAGISTRATE COURT TO THE SUPREME COURT INCLUDING THE MOST CORRUPT CJN NIGERIA HAS EVER PRODUCED, THE IG-ARASE, CHAIRMEN AND MEMBERS OF BOARDS OF GOVT. AGENCIES AND PARASTATALS, ETC. ALL THESE APPOINTEES OF JONATHAN/PDP ARE CAUSING PROBLEM FOR PMB AGENDA FOR THE PEOPLE THERE BY CONSOLIDATING GROUNDS FOR PDP AGAINST 2019.

    I AM SURPRISED WHY PMB LEFT THESE ROUGES TILL NOW. IMMEDIATELY PMB TOOK OVER IN MAY, 2015, THESE PDP AGENTS OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN SENT PACKING AND SHOULD HAVE BEEN FACING THE EFCC NOW.

    THESE ARE SOME OF THE RATS THAT SABOTAGED THE 2016 FEDERAL BUDGET.

    PMB SHOULD WORK ROUND THE CLOCK AND REMOVE AS MANY AGENTS OF PDP IN ALL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE SO THAT THEY WILL NOT CONTINUE TO WORK AGAINST THIS PRESENT GOVERNMENT. THIS SHOULD BE DONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!! TO CHECK MATE THE RAMPAGING AGENTS OF PDP AND JONATHAN WHO ARE BENT IN WORKING AGAINST THIS PRESENT GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE OF NIGERIA.

    UNTIL PMB CARRY OUT THESE CLEANSING OF PDP AGENTS FROM GOVT. OFFICES, HIS CHANGE MESSAGE WILL NEVER GET TO THE PEOPLE OF NIGERIA.

    A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR THE WISE.

    • Romberg

      If these people had converted to APC like Tambuwa and Saraki did, would you have run your smelly mouth?

      • JSA1

        LET THEM CONVERT TO APC FIRST BEFORE YOU CONCLUDE WITH YOUR ROTTEN MOUTH!

      • Julius

        lolz. You are so funny with all these monikers. Smh !

  • Muhammad Kano

    I think it is good. Others should come and let’s see their own style…. Even Jonathan was removed from the office by the people, they too, should leave the space for others. Theirs wasn’t anything to write home about. Let’s have a change of scene…

    • Okafor

      You see why embezzlement and corruption will not cease in Nigeria. This men have been sacked ‘with immediate effect ‘, and before they get their gratuities it will be next 2 years. So they will ‘gather’ for the rainy days. So now they will be replaced by those loyal to the govt and APC. Next 4 years the new ones will lose their jobs.

      • Romberg

        These zombies don’t think. Whatever Napoleon does is right, even if he wee on himself in the full glee of the world.

        • Arogbo

          Who cares, in as far as he’s getting the job done. That’s the bottom line.

          • Romberg

            But which job has he done? Budget of yam? Standing the courts on its head? More grease to his elbow.

          • terry

            the only job well-done so far is the nothernization of Nigeria with his analogue “trusted friends”

  • Romberg

    Sack sack sack…. There are no due process to hire or fire, it’s all surreptity! Absolutely power corrupts absolutely. Could it have been impossible to try these people on the basis of their performance and misconducts? No, we just sack. Orders given to them were vague, warning were unspecific… That is APC’s stock In trade. How have they turned media houses in APC states – epitome of professionalism?

    Before we know it, the sacked will be replaced with fake personnel from Lagos or Kano. Shameless people, who won’t even ask that their hiring process follows due process. Then within few months, they too will be dismissed like chicken with Zika virus.

    • Gee

      Ranting of a clueless and ignoramus ant!

      Political office holders who know they serve at the pleasure of the President are civil about their replacement, yet clueless hating wailers are busy talking trash…

      • Romberg

        Why ask them for professionalism when they are actually political puppets? That is another hullabaloo in APC’s diction. You are made without legs, but APC wants you to run marathon – on false large? The true change we deserve as a nation is the de-policalization of our public institutions. We should appoint professionals to manage how hospitals, sports, energy sector, media houses and so on, not politicians. Watch out for the replacements….. It’s all failure galure… It’s all about power and politics. A proper way will be to try these people for their incompetence and misconduct, then follow due process to remove them and to hire their replacement. But will this happen? No, I trust!

        Then why cry a hoot when APC has no clear policy on these media houses? They have started transferring VC. Soon they will transfer governors and the Senate President. They have started politicising our public institutions, soon they will appoint party elements as Supreme Court judges!

        Imbeciles can’t think. They can’t see decadence, even in the tip of their noses. They just can’t think because ‘Napoleons is always right’.

        • JSA1

          YOU HAVE NO SHAME. PMB WILL NOT WORK WITH PDP ROUGES IN PUBLIC SERVICE. QED!

          • Romberg

            Like he never did with Tambuwa, El Rufai, Bukola Saraki et al? Or those are politicians not public servants. Which one is better anyways? The other time, it was the perm secs he appointed in place of ministers were saints. Those guys were PDP, aren’t they – all of them? What happened afterwards? He converted them to greater thieves!

          • Amir

            You are damn fo*lish! No Nigerian was born into PDP. If you are proud of your party PDP, why use it as stain on those that decamped?

      • Julius

        Thank you ! They claim to be educated with good grammar . As you can see, they are the dumbest people you will ever meet and have a conversation with. Its sad.

    • Julius

      I agree, he should go to biafra and hire the finest among the protesters ! That would follow the due process. Right ?. Oloshi

      • Romberg

        Omo ale, where ever he goes, it’s only edifying if he follows due process and the rule of law. That is how to rule a country.

        • Julius

          I wonder if you gave this same advice to the ex president . Now, you offering advice after you lost out, and the gravy train stopped.. Yea, right.

          • Romberg

            Anyone who doesn’t agree with you is a bigot like you? I’d think a reasonable man should stand for something not just anything…

          • Julius

            ‘Before we know it, the sacked will be replaced with fake personnel from
            Lagos or Kano. Shameless people, who won’t even ask that their hiring’ Read that back to yourself. You accusing me of being a bigot ? Not all, just some people like you. I responded to the tone and meanings of your comment. Now, who is a bigot ? You stand for bulling others, talking down on others, making others look less than your fake brave, chest beating tribes. I responds to what I read.

          • Romberg

            ‘Oloshi’ must have been a response to what I wrote. Creme de la creme?

          • Julius

            You drunk again.Its a response to your comment on what I said. mumu !

      • delta K

        Yoruba coward foolani slave

        • Julius

          Really ? What do you call a ‘General’ that started a war and ran away with his car ? What do you called the Zik of Africa that sold you to the Northerners till they kicked you out of their lands ? Yea, slave indeed . Oloshi

      • Nazareth

        Julius, You are so ignorant of even your own history, Igbos are very dynamic people and will always succeed anywhere they found themselves, today, it is only among the igbos that you can find the middle class in Nigeria, they have the super rich and also millions of middle class millionaires, unlike the yorubas and the hausas, you are either rich through stealing of government money or you are poor ( eg. Tinubu,Obasanjo, etc. ) many of them resort to extortion because they are lazy and lack ingenuiety, it is unfortunate that the yorubas always claim that Lagos belong to them, but they forgot that Lagos was delveloped with the commomwealth of Nigeria, right from the colonial period, and the statehood of lagos was only a booty of the civil war, Gowon did it to lure the yorubas to join the north in the war against Biafra, but it is not much of an advantage to the yorubas because it only provided a precedence for the north to claim Abuja someday as a state in the north, it is only a matter of time, on the issue of biafra, you should know that Biafra was a valuable experience not lost, if the war was left between the combined strenght of the yorubas and the north, Biafra would have triumphed, but for the assistance they got from britain, Russia, USA, and all the Arab nations, does it not baffle you that inspite of all the powerful nations that fought on the nigerian side Biafra withstood them for three whole years with highly sophistaced weapons produced by the Biafrans? with all the super powers supplying weapons to the Nigerian side, does it not shame you that almost 50 years after the war, Biafra remained technologically and scientifically above the Nigeria of today, what then is the benefit of fighting and wasting precious lives on both sides? Many in the southeast and the south-south and indeed in Africa still feel nostalgic about Biafra that would have been the Japan of Africa, today, the yorubas and the hausas have dragged everybody to remain stagnant with them because they are a lazy and retarded people, and that is why they can not survive if the igbos decides to leave lagos, who will make money for them to survive? they have no idea how to make money only how to spend in owambe, today thier women are queing up to marry Igbo men while their men will do anything to win the love of the igbo women because they realise that that is the only way that thier lives can change for better.

        • TrueNja

          Biafrans remain “numero un” in illicit drug pushing, credit card frauds, 419ers, kidnapping, human rituals above others in Nigeria today. There is no prison in this world there is no Igbo man or woman serving term.

        • Julius

          Sorry , I dont read stories, novels. You lost me when I saw the book you are trying to write.Make it simple and I’ll respond. Bye for now

    • tundemash

      Mr. PDPig, the people sacked are not wailing so why are you crying more than the bereaved ????

      • Romberg

        Mr APCat, what is wrong in being the voice for the voiceless? When you see injustice and hold your peace, you are an accomplice of evil. Were you not one of those who walked the street of Abuja asking for the doctrine of necessity? Jonathan was bereaved, but he didn’t walk the street. You did it for him. I did not because I know he was an accidental polician, a mistake in the blackhole of Nigerian history….

        Now that your emperor is in power, I am keen to see how disappointed you’d be when he proves to be worse than any president in the history of Nigeria.

        • tundemash

          Voiceless ? Cl0wn did you read the article before you pasted your junk from amnesty camp ?

          How voiceless is ” Mr. Niboro confirmed he and his colleagues had been removed.

          “The minister met with us at 9 a.m today to inform us of government’s decision to replace us,” Mr. Niboro said.”He said he wanted us to be the first to know so we don’t get to read it on the pages of newspapers.”

          “We thank President Buhari and the minister for giving us the opportunity to serve the administration for the past eight months. Some of us knew the pressure under which the government had been to remove us. So our removal this morning is understandable.

          “I especially thank the minister for the gentlemanly manner he handled the whole matter. We are grateful and will continue to hold him in high esteem.” Mr. Sore Loser, stop crying more than the bereaved

          • Romberg

            Your viral load is high. Sorry I am not able to help you. There are universities owned by the state all over the world. Your Lord, Sai Buhari, is the only president in the world who sacks VC at will. Because those he sacked were appointed without due process, they have lost their dignity to challenge this horrible bully.

            Oooh, they were not sacked but have only finished their tenure. What difference does it make when a government that has been in power for nearly a year cannot actuate due process in the appointment of VCs? They now use politicians! Or how do you explain handpicking vice chancellors? Do you think Uni community is a Dead Sea?

            You will see the regrettable outcome of this goof. Their incompetent transferrees and strangers will continue to mess up the system. Confusion will be many, long term plans will dearth, schools will now be managed from Aso Rock! Is that the Nigeria of the 21st century or a Caliphate?

            You don’t know what this means. I don’t blame you. Those who spend 10 years for 3 years degree understand me better. Already Nigerians’ plates are full with Buhari’s saggy promises. He promised to make dollar equal to Naira. Today dollar is N345, around 100% increase since he took over – same as 1985. What is the policy direction of this government on education? Suspension of due process in appointment of VCs, transferring some, and sacking many? What has he got right since he started this government? Is it the appointment of ministers that was 7 months late or his budget of yam that was prepared within 4 weeks of a full cabinet? Justice? Buhari now tells the court who to jail and for how long? Which other nation has a man like this as the president?

            You won’t understand because you are a blind APC beggar. Who knows? You could be the next VC of OAU! Or the DG of FAAN! Qualification? It doesn’t matter, as long as your support him like someone with a lost mind! Good luck!

          • tundemash

            Mor0n, stop jumping around like an unstable mind. This topic is about the sack of 6 information related parastatals which you claimed are voiceless and need a cree ra at the amnesty camp to speak for them.
            I won’t bother myself with your rant on the sack of VCs, meet up on that the forum on the news of the VCs’ sack, dunce !

          • Romberg

            I don’t have problems with you as long as you won’t deny the stable evidence suggesting that your emprior is a let down. The entire nation is boiling and this is fuelled by his numerous somersaults. Every step he has taken so far puts him in the wrong side of history. Also, his support base has depleted substantially. But if you don’t see well through these, we know your type. Followers of GEJ can’t even walk the streets right now. The table is turning to your spot now.

          • tundemash

            Buhari is a let down to who ? To you e-rats , was he ever a “let up” ?
            Entire nation is boiling in your confused mind. You are like an idi0t in a hole for 16 years and no wailing and just when someone appears to pull you put of that hole, you are crying impatience. If the noise from PDPigs and their e-rats like you is what you mean by “nation is boiling”, then let it boil.
            His support base has depleted substantially? Again another figment of imagination of a sore loser. You have moved from the era of accusing Jega of rigging votes in his favour to no admitting he actually has a substantial support base which u now claim has depleted. Keep deluding yourself as you id before the March 28th election.

          • tundemash

            Buhari is a let down to who ? To you e-rats , was he ever a “let up” ?

            Entire nation is boiling in your confused mind. You are like an idi0t in a hole for 16 years and no wailing and just when someone appears to pull you put of that hole, you are crying impatience. If the noise from PDPigs and their e-rats like you is what you mean by “nation is boiling”, then let it boil.

            His support base has depleted substantially? Again another figment of imagination of a sore loser. You have moved from the era of accusing Jega of rigging votes in his favour to no admitting he actually has a substantial support base which u now claim has depleted. Keep deluding yourself as you did before the March 28th election.

          • tundemash

            U claimed emeprior is a let down — Was Buhari ever a “let up” to you e-rats ? so nothing new in your rants. You called him several names pre-election and brought up several issues and yet Nigerians said to hell with u and your bad market Dumbo.

            U claimed “The entire nation is boiling and this is fuelled by his numerous somersaults” — “Another figment of imagination of a sore loser disciple of the Ineffective Buffon. If there is anything boiling, it is the PDPigs feeling the heat oft he anti-corruption and may they and their crumb-catchers like you boil till eternity

            U claimed “Also, his support base has depleted substantially” —- Very laughable. You are a drowning man clinging to any straw. If that your story makes you feel good, run with it. If your world starts from the amnesty camp and ended there, then you are right.. And i guess your PDPigs support base is now growing substantially now that the military wing of PDP a.k.a Boko Haram has taken over the Chairmanship. Among the m0rons, u take first position.

          • Romberg

            Seeing is different, being blind is the same. Those who see through Buhari knows he is not their saviour. The blind, amongst whom you are a chief, can’t make a difference. They think media prosecution is thorough prosecution. They think Buhari is not as crooked as those he is accusing. His administrative blunders and the popular budget of yam are cases in point.

            We are able to see that the nation has taken many steps but remained on a spot. 1 year on, what exactly is the legacy of this government. Lamentation after lamentation – it’s PDP, GEJ or some unseen enemies in the abyss. They have no solution to the economic crisis. Where are the jobs? Where are the policies? We only see a budget of yam. Your blind leader thinks he could fix systemic problems by sacking people – to replace them with saints or robots? Now our entire institutions have been politicised. VCs must now be APC members!?

            You may be blind to see the truth. It’s your destiny. I can’t change that. But I know, and I know I see through the system – that a nation without food, job and money cannot be happy; they boil in their emotions hoping to see something happen quickly. Crime rate is on the rise. Exchange rate!? Inflation? You dont have to acknowledge the problems. I won’t blame you if you don’t see them. Continue to see Buhari. We are blind to him. We see Nigeria.

          • tundemash

            A sore loser would always see the cup as half-empty so no surprise at your rants. A m0ron who couldn’t see in the last 16 years his destiny was slowly destroyed suddenly could “see through” within 9 months? You suffer from acute psychosis, you need help !

          • Romberg

            I understand when you say your destiny has been stolen. They stole your sight too. I repeat, I can’t help you with that. If you are truly not blind, will you claim the current actors in APC were not major actors throughout Nigeria’s political history? Buhari served Abacha, and he stole too. And to him, Abacha ne’er stole! Now he will spend a part of the loot recovered from Abacha. Isn’t that shamelessness?

            Tinubu, Fashola, Akande, Aragbe, Ikimi, Oyegun, Oni, Adebayo, Fayemi have all played one role or the other in Nigerian polity in the last 16 years. They have always been a part of the problems. You don’t see that, do you? Saraki whose family dynasty plummeted Kwara is now your senate president. He is a known thief. El-Rufai? We all know his ways. Not a single member of APC is an original ideologist. They all migrated from PDP, your nemesis. If what has changed in them is the party name, and you are blind to see that these actors are the same regardless of the skin they wear, then both your sight, brain and destiny are long gone to Sambisa.

          • tundemash

            Keep clawing at any stray why you drown in your own stup1dity. Buhari stole money with Abacha so what was the Ineffective Buffoon doing for 6 years he couldn’t probe Buhari? Did same PDPig govt under OBJ not clear Buhari of any corruption ? Tinubu has no immunity since 2007, why didn’t your PDPigs nail him moreso he was a torn in their flesh all these years ? Saraki’s case is in court and loudest noise is coming from PDPIgs and their e-rats like you. You are just a noisy idi0t disillusioned with life since March 28. Keep wailing, the beauty is it stops nothing.!!!
            Please add to your list that the military wing of PDP a.k.a Boko Haram finaly took over the Chairmanship of PDP yesterday. Congratulations ! You would soon be re-assigned to Sambisa to go shore up the depleting fortune of Boko haram by your Chairman since your online propaganda isn’t achieving the desired result anyway

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  • Isi Agwo

    It took brain dead, illiterate President Bokohari almost one year in office to remove heads of government-owned information organs. It will take him another year to replace them – with graduates of almajerin schools from among the Hausa/Fulani. As for Liar Muhammed, time to get the business of propaganda on full steam.

    • Rico

      Is that how they teach you in your village to refer to elders? Nothing can buy good pedigree

    • Fadama

      Keep wailing. Or better still, reverse the sack. Your name shows what type of a person you are.

    • Sparzo

      The ignorance of Biafrans is truly jaw dropping.
      This is what happens in all democracies.
      The new government appoints their own heads of government dept, institutions and boards etc, just like they appoint their own ministers etc.
      Anyway, that picture shows those former heads have had enough Isi ewu and odeku on the gravy train which is the the FRCN,NTA etc.

      • I sigh

        You did not get his point or maybe you chose to ignore it, who knows? The principal people sacked are the Igbos but this paper as usual, characterized them as others, unlike the other papers. It is acceptable for any new govt to replace or sack old officers but to continue painting Nigeria with almost exclusively Northern-Hausa-Fulani-Islamic and Yoruba brush in major appointments is unacceptable.

        • Sparzo

          I did get his point and yours too.
          I am saying, what is good for the goose, is good for the gander.

    • Julius

      Yea, they should have consulted you before . Like Jonathan consulted they fire them. Just like Jonathan consulted you when he gave them the job. Right ?. Typical Ibo man

      • Manze

        Thanks Julius. I am fffing tired of people like @Isi Agwo who reduce things to tribalisms. No mind am – “O bu onye iberibe!!”

        • Julius

          Respect !. When you respond to them , they call you a bigot. No mind dem.

    • excel

      You are a perfect symbol of a clown. frustrated pig.

  • Abidilagungun

    SACK-os-ANT

  • MushinSpeaks

    One can easily notice the loot in their cheeks and face. Being overfed for additional months. Yeye people.

  • linkhadj.

    Oka for,what sense are making? Yuu aware a PDPig man.

    • zygote

      Is this fulani language of English?

  • Wilson Eseago

    This sack should have come up long ago, i can remember their role they played during the last general elections they became partisan in their operations they were never neutral as expected .

    • JSA1

      YOU ARE CORRECT!

    • PlusOne

      It’s a media control mechanism going forth…

  • Rumournaire

    Good move. However, the man I am waiting to see sacked is the CBN Governor – Emefiele. Formerly MD of Zenith Bank, he was rewarded by GEJ with that post for helping PDP corrupt government looters siphon billions of Nigeria’s money out of Nigeria, thus rendering the Naira prostate. The way he has been changing monetary policies shows he is out of his depth. In my view, he should have been sacked within PMB’s first 3 months in office.

    • JSA1

      YOU ARE VERY CORRECT. I OMITTED THE CBN GOV. FROM MY LIST OF THOSE PDP AGENTS IN GOVT. OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN SACKED BEFORE NOW. THIS SHOULD HAVE BEEN DONE WITH IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT FURTHER DELAY.

  • Angry Niaja

    About time too, right move

  • Amir

    At least Ima Niboro aka Deri Orbuka alias Redeem, Proud IZON …etc. will likely be clearing his desk today and not find time to pollute here with multiple postings.

  • f.d.x escalope

    @Rumournaire:disqus

    President Buhari and his charlatans mistake staff replacements with CHANGE. They are mistaken.
    All appointees they may select are bound in a finite trap of the 2016 fraud-laden Buhari budget.
    Once enveloped in fraudulence verging on traps set to steal, no appointee can be excellent.
    The political environment is entirely polluted by the spirit of theft in the 2016 budget itself.

    • Igwe

      gaarrraaaway from here! look at you trying to blow grammar you don’t understand.

    • ’70

      Well, if there is to be change, it MUST start from the top & that’s what the current govt is doing – replacing those at the top with new people who will come with fresh ideas.

  • Daniel

    It is very routine for a new administration to do this. You must seek loyalty from those appointed by you.

  • TrueNja

    2015 election was for PDP and 2019 election will be APC. All political appointees are puppets of their masters.

    • JSA1

      WHO IS TALKING OF ELECTION NOW? THAT’S WHERE PDP ALWAYS GETS THINGS WRONG!

      • TrueNja

        Election keeps masters in power. Without election Lai Mohammed would be nobody today.

  • CHIDINMA

    Steward Godwin Jornsen writes:

    THE FIRING WOULD SOON START

    Sometime ago, I told you guys that after the budget is approved, we are going to witness sacking, sacking, sacking. Well, that was my prediction, but it seems they caught up with it rather fast. A few people were asking me why I said so, and I replied, “wait for it”. They gave us a ‪#‎BudgetOfYams‬ and are looking for fall guys. Someone signed that budget and sent it to the senate, but that man is about to go through an integrity bath while others fall for his sins. Now this might not be all of it, but they have just given you a sneak peak into some of the FIRING SQUAD solutions they have lined up. So don’t think you might hold that job for so long because you chanted “Sai Buhari”. Our man is coming for you soon. Take care….

    • Prophet

      By themselves, each of your sentences make sense but altohether???
      Your overall comment seems to be the work of someone writing under the influence,,,or sleep talking.
      Help us to help you get youuyr message out!

  • Good samaritan

    Do Nigerians still have need for all this stations even at state levels when they can get all they need from private stations, government radio and television stations are now burdens on government

    • Prophet

      True……but they can be fixed.

  • excel

    Good move, its long over due.

  • ita ekpo

    Una never see change jet. Na number one change una start to see APC and their leader. Make kuna bikin to tie belle. For the worse of change is on the way. Dollars to Naira N340 is also a change. Under which government since the creation of Nigeria have you seen that. Buhari have no blame oh! But those who look for change please never you call buhari name. As it is na him we dey sell.oh.