Princess Stella Oduah has been fired as Aviation Minister

President Goodluck Jonathan has finally fired the controversial Minister of aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, from his cabinet. Others affected were Caleb Olubolade (Police Affairs); Godsday Orubebe (Niger Delta); and Yerima Ngama (State, Finance). It is believed that some of the other ministers were dropped as a result of their various governorship aspirations.

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A credible source in the presidency said that Stella was not sacked just because of the Bullet Proof cars scandal but also for the forgery of her Masters degree. The source said “President Jonathan was very embarrassed when he got to know that the woman lied about her MBA through a top security officer before the story broke online”. He said since then Jonathan has not in any way communicated with Stella and he was just waiting for this day to throw her out.

 Another source in the presidency had this to say:“They were dropped, they did not resign”.
Here’s what Femi Fani-Kayode and Patrick Obahiagbon had to say about it:



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3 Responses to "Princess Stella Oduah has been fired as Aviation Minister"

  1. EVANS AKUME says:

    I will like to use this opportunity to thank and commend the president of federal republic of Nigeria Mr. Goodluck Jonathan for a job well done by firing the aviation minister for corruption and forge masters degree certificate, that is not enough punishment for her, she should be made to refund all the salary paid to her as aviation minister to the government.She is a bad egg

  2. jobs says:

    wow!!!!! women too????????


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