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Why Keyamo was given an inconsequential Ministerial role Revealed

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Why Keyamo was given an inconsequential Ministerial role Revealed

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According to Daniel Bwala, spokesperson for the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organization, a certain minister was given an inconsequential ministerial role because he was hoping to be appointed as the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF).

The minister allegedly wanted to ambush President-elect Bola Tinubu to give him a substantive role, and argued that the appointment of Ministers of State was unconstitutional.

However, sources close to Tinubu revealed that the minister was initially appointed as a Minister of State for Niger Delta, but complained and was later reassigned to the role of Minister of State for Labour.

Bwala believes that desperation and scheming can be detrimental to opportunities.

He wrote: “He wants to ambush Tinubu to give him a substantive ministerial role, hence his argument that Buhari appointing him as minister of state is unconstitutional.

“That’s exactly how he wanted the role of AGF and went to NASS confirmation hearing and was answering in this manner “If I become AGF” it got PMB’s chief of staff mad and they gave him an inconsequential role first under Niger Delta, the substantive minister then allegedly complained and he was further re-assigned to labour as “under secretary’ aka minister of state. Sources close to Tinubu revealed.

“My take is that desperation and scheming are killers of opportunity.”

This article was updated 4 months ago

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