“Kyari was very close to Buhari and arguably the most powerful man within the administration. Kyari’s death removes the centre of gravity from Buhari’s inner circle and might provide an opening for more reform-minded elements such as Vice President Yemi Osinbajo,” said Malte Liewerscheidt, vice president of Teneo Intelligence in a note.
“As a government, we have plans, whether we receive gifts or not come, to know that we have social responsibility to our people. We are elected to be in government and we owe a duty to them. We must cater for their welfare, not only taking care of their health but also ensuring the well-being of the generality of the populace.”
“COVID-19 affects us all and threatens our collective health (economic, social, psychological) and physical wellbeing. Hence, the urgent need to collaborate and work together to beat this common enemy. The task ahead is daunting and bigger than any one organisation. To win this battle, it is critical we all come together as one,” Aliko Dangote said.