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Inside President Tinubu’s Meeting with G5 Members: Key Takeaways

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Inside President Tinubu's Meeting with G5 Members Key Takeaways

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On Thursday, the G5 members, also known as the Integrity Group, met with President Bola Tinubu amidst rumors that they may be planning to join the ruling party.

However, Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo clarified that the group only visited the President to update him on their stance on fairness, equity, and justice in the country.

Makinde, along with four other former governors who are part of the group, acknowledged that nation-building is a challenging task that requires constant evaluation.

“Nation building is a very difficult task. You have to keep evaluating, you know what you’re doing, where you’re going. So, we have to keep seeing the President, you know, to let him know what is happening.

“The G-5, the Integrity Group, came to let the President know what we stood for fairness, justice, and equity,” Seyi Makinde disclosed while addressing State House correspondents after the closed-door meeting.

The G5 will continue to meet with the President to discuss the way forward for the country.

This is the third time in the last week that Governor Makinde has visited Tinubu with members of the group.

The meeting was attended by former governors from the party, including Nyesom Wike, Samuel Ortom, Okezie Ikpeazu, and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, as well as the current governor of Enugu, Peter Mbah.

The G5, made up of disgruntled politicians within the Peoples Democratic Party, opposed the emergence of PDP presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar in the last elections and supported the return of power to Southern Nigeria.

This article was updated 4 months ago


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