The acting president should therefore dissolve the cabinet, dismiss those he cannot comfortably work with while reappointing those he can work with. He should also fill whatever existing vacancies that may result, and as he may seem and deem fit; and with whoever he pleases. Good enough, there are so many other well qualified and more disciplined Nigerian patriots who could run the machinery of the state much better, absent these champions of anarchy. Their impetuous outburst is a gross insubordination and disrespect to a duly constituted authority which no meaningful Nigeria should accept or tolerate. If, as these disgruntled ministers admit, Goodluck's acting presidency is a continuation of the "Yar'Adua+Goodluck presidency", Icheoku asks, does a presidency then not reserve the right to reconstitute its cabinet at any time of its choosing? Why must Jonathan be denied this right to reconstitute the cabinet if not for the strong-arming of his office by the cabal; but does this cabal not bleed blood and why should everybody tremble at their thought? Jonathan, you have been put on notice by these rebellious and mutinous ministers of an impending insurrection against your government. You must therefore act fast and firm,; in order to take the wind out of their sail so that you can sprint to the final finish line before your traducers secure the upper hand in the on-going political tug-of-war in Nigeria. Those ministers for having made bold to directly register their displeasure will not rest until you are shoved off the way, so do not buy into any purported reconciliatory move that may be made; as that is a ploy to buy time to finally separate you from the presidency. If it means taking your head off your neck in order to succeed, they would; as a cabal that kept Nigeria's sick President Umaru Yar'Adua captive for over 100 days, away from his mother, family, friends and the Nigerian government officials is capable of just anything. Better be safe than sorry, fire those ministers immediately now and turn EFCC loose on them!
For the record, the culprit-ministers include Adamu Aliero, Ibrahim Lame, Demola Seriki, Rilwan Lukman, Shetimma Mustapha, Shamsideen Usman, Chief Ufot Ekaette, Godwin Abbe, Sam Egwu, Dr S. Abba Ruma, Babatunde Osotimehin and Taminu Kurfi.