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Shehu Sani Exposes Ex-Govs in President’s Cabinet: Tinubu’s Two Issues Revealed

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Shehu Sani Exposes Ex-Govs in President's Cabinet Tinubu's Two Issues Revealed

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Former senator Shehu Sani has expressed concerns about certain former governors in President Tinubu’s cabinet, labeling them as liabilities.

While it is important to acknowledge these concerns, it is equally crucial to look at the bigger picture.

President Tinubu’s decision to include former governors in his cabinet may seem questionable to some, given their track records and lack of accomplishments.

However, we should also recognize that President Tinubu has nominated competent individuals as ministers who have the potential to drive positive change in Nigeria.

Change is a process, and mistakes can be corrected along the way. President Tinubu’s leadership has already shown signs of progress, and with the right guidance and determination, these former governors can become valuable assets to his government.

By leveraging their experience and expertise, President Tinubu can tap into their potential to create meaningful change in their respective areas of responsibility.

A Word of Advice to Minister Wike

One of the former governors mentioned by Shehu Sani is Nyesom Wike, who has recently assumed the role of Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

We understand the concerns as Sani urge Minister Wike to exercise caution in his new position.

He believes that with his capabilities, Minister Wike has the opportunity to prove his critics wrong and make a positive impact on the FCT.

As an experienced politician, he can contribute to the development and prosperity of the FCT, ensuring that it becomes a model city for others to follow.

The PDP’s Dilemma

Shehu Sani also questioned the actions of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), as its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, continues to pursue a case at the presidential election tribunal. It is indeed an interesting situation, given that one of the PDP’s prominent members, Minister Wike, is a part of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) administration.

This article was updated 5 months ago


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