The Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNPP) at the weekend, renewed its call on Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan to reconstitute the Executive Council of the Federation in view of the loss of credibility of some of its members, particularly those who tried to subvert the constitution in the recent succession stalemate.
CNPP Secretary General, Chief Willy Ezugwu who made the renewed call in a statement, said the legitimacy crisis around the emergence of the Acting President remains but that Nigeria must move on.
â€œIn other lands some of these ministers, who continued to deceive Nigerians about President Umaru Yarâ€™Aduaâ€™s health and ability to stay in office contrary to the truth, would have voluntarily resigned by now out of remorseâ€.
Chief Ezugwu pointed out that the Acting President himself technically noted that the constitutional crisis had posed a threat to the nation.
â€œThese ministers who fooled Nigerians for a while have serious credibility issues with Nigerians and they can no longer be trusted to deliver on governance. The only way out now is for him to dissolve the cabinet and get credible Nigerians on board.