Okonkwo wondered why the administration considered setting up what he described as the most bloated bureaucracy in the world.
Nigerian actor and chieftain of the Labour Party, LP, Kenneth Okonkwo has called out President Bola Tinubu.
Okonkwo slammed Tinubu over his decision to nominate 47 persons for ministerial appointments.
He described Tinubu's government as ‘the most bloated bureaucracy in the world’ at a time the nation is heading towards being the poorest country in the world.
The Nollywood veteran actor’s assertion was contained in a post via his Twitter handle on Thursday.
He claimed that the constitution allows only 37 ministers and not 47.
“What a regime? We are heading towards being the poorest country in the world, and this regime is considering setting up the most bloated bureaucracy in the world, which will lead to the highest cost of governance in the world. 47 Ministers when the government is only compelled to have 37.
“The money to be used to pay them will eventually be extorted from Nigerians through inordinate taxing and over-pricing of essential commodities and borrowing from outside sources because APC regimes produce nothing. I pity Nigerians under this clueless regime,” he tweeted.