Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Change In Aso Villa On Buhari's First Working Day

Change In Aso Villa On Buhari's First Working Day#

Barely 72 hours after Muhammadu Buhari’s inauguration as Nigeria’s president, staff of the Aso Villa have reportedly adjusted their routine to suit normal working ethics.
Reports say the staff are probably scared of the wind of change expected to blow across the presidential villa as they all reported early to work on Monday morning, in stark contrast to what was obtainable under the immediate past administration.
According to The Nation, most of the staff had reported to their duty posts as at 8.30am and the car parks in the Villa, where staff and visitors park their cars, were almost filled up at the said time unlike in the past when the parks get filled up around 10.00am.
All of these happened even as the president, who was reported to be holding a function at the Defence House, and his vice, professor Yemi Osinbajo, were yet to arrive the Villa as at 10.05am on Monday.
Former United States secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, and Johnnie Carson, a former assistant secretary of state for African affairs, had in a jointly written piece titled, “Why Change in Nigeria Matters to the World”, advised Buhari to effect change in the country with his fight against corruption.

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