Stop Using Advisory Positions As Election Compensation -Nnamani

A Public Affairs Analyst and the Chief Executive Officer of Kvas Group, Dr Kenechukwu Nnamani, has called on the government to stop compensating political associates with positions that they aren’t worthy of.

Nnamani told newsmen in Abuja, while reacting to the recent appointment by the presidency, he stressed the need for people with specialised qualification and authorities in the field should be recognised with such appointments.

“Key government appointments are meant to open up the country to different opportunities, but they are always given to the wrong people.

“We need to adopt a system that only approves the appointment of an individual, based on evident background in same sector.
You can’t appoint a doctor to become Minister for Mines. What do you think will happen to the mines. Merit based system is important to improve the country,” he added.

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