The serving Overseer of Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare has challenged all the governors of the 36 states to look inward and develop their potentials  as part of measures to come out of recession.
 
Pastor Bakare while arguing that restructuring is the permanent solution explains that many governors have been rendered indolent with the current federal structure.
 
In another development, a professor of law at the University of Jos, Professor Nnamdi Aduba, says President Muhammadu Buhari should act fast in reshufling his cabinet if he must make any impact on Nigerians.
 
His call is coming at a time some Nigerians are expressing displeasure with the performance of the ministers.

Meanwhile the Federal Government has warned specialised universities in the country which have been running programmes that were “antithetical to their mandates” to stop such with immediate effect.
 
The government therefore directed that such universities should stick to their core mandates for which they were set up “and desist from running programmes which have no bearing to their names and foundation.” 
 
The government said it was an aberration for some institutions to change the nomenclature of some of their courses.