Bukhari acted to save scheme from embarrassment – CESJET
The Center for Social Justice, Justice and Transparency (CESJET) has accepted the sacking of Brigadier General Muhammad Fada, the Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), saying he is not qualified for the position.
In a meeting held in Abuja on Friday, the group said that President Mohammed Buhari had acted quickly to save the plan from what it described as “another embarrassment”.
Fadah’s dismissal comes less than six months after he assumed office in May 2022, making him the 19th person to serve as NYSC chief. Comrade Isaac Ikpa who is the CEO of CESJET told reporters that Father showed no vision in his determination for NYSC and showed him the way.
“There should be no sacred cows, so if we want to build the country of our dreams, I call on the president and other relevant government agencies to act for the good of the country. Brigadier General MK Fadah is a disgraceful person in his behavior which has affected the NYSC operations badly.
Employee and union forecasts are at a lower level than six months ago. “Therefore, we must believe that Mr. President did something for the good of the country. We thank President Muhammadu Buhari for his courage in this, which is an expression of a leader who listens and knows about the events in the country.
” The Center, therefore, called on the army chief to do whatever was necessary to help Brig. Gen. MK Fadah for publicly criticizing the respected Nigerian soldiers.