Nigeria's Jonathan starts naming new administration

By REUTERS
May 31, 2011 01:33

 
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ABUJA - Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan made the first appointment of his new administration on Monday, a day after being sworn in for his first full term as head of state in Africa's most populous nation.

Jonathan named former Senate president Anyim Pius Anyim as secretary to the federal government, a powerful position which coordinates between ministries and the presidency.


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