In a statement signed by the group's chairman, Dr Ismail Ibraheem, CARRD said it nonetheless disagreed with "the attendant global political and gender-tilted reverberations-between President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Mrs Aisha Buhari" over the development, Daily Trust reports.
"It is not easy to satisfy the whole Nigerian opposition parties to participate in the government", he told journalists, addressing the press following talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The President's wife, Mrs. Aisha Buhari has warned that her support for her husband for 2019 election rest on the her husband's readiness to shakeup his government.
NEWS BRIEF Nigeria's first lady criticized her husband's work as president in an interview Friday with the BBC, even questioning whether she would vote for him if he sought re-election in 2019.
He said: "I have read the interview of the President's wife and I was there when the President made that comment".
The interview was partly aired on Tuesday, where Buharis wife said that the people who worked for her husband to become the president have been side-lined while some others have taken over his government.
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Some are wondering what Mr Buhari meant by "the other room", others have been posting pictures of a variety of bedrooms, and the hashtag #TheOtherRoom is trending in Nigeria.
"The President respects the place of women in our society and believes in the abilities of women".
Aisha Buhari said improved security in the northeast, Boko Haram's former stronghold, was the government's biggest achievement.
Aisha added Buhari does not know most of the officials who have been appointed and despite being his wife for 27 years she too does not know them.
"I went to bed and the following day I came out to see him in the morning, So, the president never went for any medical at all".
Buhari told Nigerians in the Diaspora that it was regrettable that over the years oil marketers had colluded with banks to defraud Nigeria of much needed revenue from the commodity.