“He must be a 419er. Bloated Administration. He must be investigated by EFCC.” Says a twitter user, @Jitua5082 – who joined hundreds of social media commentators in reacting to reports of Ebonyi State Governor, Dave Umahi’s plan to appoint more than enough aides.
The Governor was quoted by Premium Times of announcing his intention to appoint additional 800 new Executive Assistants (EAs), Senior Technical Assistants (STAs) and Technical Assistants (TAs) – in addition to up to 4,000 already existing appointments.
The Governor, during Monday’s executive council meeting that three more TAs would be appointed from each wards.
Joining his voice to the first commentator, another twitter user, @Femiotunba1, exptressed it was the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP way of creating employment.
See more reactions below;
This is who we are. Untill we see governance not social scheme, nothing is gonna change pic.twitter.com/zRhNJ5bxp0
— Adedamola Mitchel (@AadedaMmola) September 17, 2019
800 new sides!!! on part time pay or salary pay roll. Meanwhile, in the state schools lack teachers, health institutions are in coma, road, water & other basic needs are no where to be found. Pls who swears for these governors.
— Adewale Oladipo (@adewaleoladipo7) September 17, 2019
Lol. Some of these governors are mad, they just don’t know it yet.
— Daniel (@ayoadaniel) September 17, 2019
Every time appointing
After the aides will just not work
— Mayor Of Imsu??? (@Imsumayor) September 17, 2019
800? Defintion of all inconclusive government?????? local man cannot can
— whitesoul?? (@Seyi_shy1) September 17, 2019
This tweet must be exaggerated… 800 aids are way too much. What will they be aiding ?
— Emmanuel Ojo ISIJOLA (Ph.D) ? (@Olariches82) September 17, 2019
Another nonsense from Nigerian leaders today
— Henry Deary (@henrydeary) September 17, 2019
Wow, that’s his own way in poverty alleviation program. ????
— Chukwuebuka Vitalis Martin (@bucusdenwa) September 17, 2019
What do you think about 800 aides? Too much or not? Leave your comments below.