Are the appointments made by PMB in favour of a particular section of the society?
At his inauguration on May 29, President Muhammadu Buhari told Nigerians that he is 'for everybody, and not for anyone.' That phrase was rehashed by many, giving it several meanings according to how they understood it. And between then and now, he seems to be living up to his words by his actions and postulations.
But the euphoria and joy that heralded PMB's emergence as Nigeria's leader seems to be waning with some of his recent appointments which people think are lopsided and in favour of a particular section of the country, especially the north.
Though many do not see anything wrong in appointing people the president feel are those who will get the job done and on merit as far as competence is concerned, others think there should be a balance between competency and a spread.
Some have even gone to the pains of pointing out that out of 28 appointments PMB has made so far, 27 are northerners, with the thinking that they are lopsided.
On Morning Teaser today, we ask: do you think appointments so far made by PMB are lopsided?