- The All Progressives Congress groups in Kwara state has appealed to the federal government to retain the information minister, Lai Mohammed
- The APC's consultative forum in the state said that Mohammed delivered positively in various capacities and has justified the confidence put in him by people
- The forum also said that his office as a minister led to the awarding of many projects in the state
The move to retain Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the minister of information, has begun among All Progressives Congress groups in the north central.
The APC's consultative forum in Irepodun local government area of Kwara on Tuesday, May 14, urged the federal government to retain him.
Hezekiah Oyedepo, the head of the group maintained that Mohammed delivered positively in various capacities and has justified the confidence put in him by people.
Oyedepo said that Mohammed was instrumental to the victory of the APC in Kwara and that his office as a minister led the awarding of many projects in the state.
He said: ”Due to the demonstrable and inherent usefulness of our son, Lai Mohammed to his party, the federal and state government, the fact that God has used him to deliver Kwara state from the clutches of the wicked into the fresh air of APC, Lai Mohammed should be retained as a Minister.
“Sound management thinking, which dictates that you do not change the star of a winning team midway expects no less.
“We appeal to the authorities, particularly the president, vice president, national chairman of APC, national leader of APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and all other authorities concerned to retain our son as a member of a new cabinet to be constituted by President Muhammadu Buhari in the next cabinet.
“Alhaji Lai Mohammed is our son, an illustrious son for that matter. We cherish him in Irepodun LGA of Kwara state. We are proud of him and proudly associate with his achievements”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Mohammed had revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s inauguration for a second term on May 29, will be a low-key affair.
The minister who disclosed this when he addressed State House correspondents said the decision to have a low-key inauguration for the president was taken at the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday, May 8.
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