“So You Did Not Make the List”: Nigerians React as Festus Keyamo Congratulates Tinubu’s Ministerial Nominees

“So You Did Not Make the List”: Nigerians React as Festus Keyamo Congratulates Tinubu’s Ministerial Nominees

  • Nigerians have reacted after Festus Keyamo missed out on the ministerial nominees of President Bola Tinubu
  • Keyamo congratulated the 28 nominees who made President Tinubu's ministerial list on Thursday, July 27
  • The Senate President, Godswill Akpabio announced the 28 nominees submitted to the federal lawmakers by Tinubu

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A former Minister of State for Labour and Productivity, Festus Keyamo, has congratulated the 28 ministerial nominees of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Keyamo said the nominations are very well-deserved.

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“So You Did Not Make the List”: Nigerians mock Keyamo for missing out on Tinubu's ministerial list. Photos Credit: Festus Keyamo, ESQ
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The stated this via his Twitter handle @fkeyamo, on Thursday, July 27, after the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio announced the ministerial list submitted to the Red Chamber for screening and confirmation.

"Huge congratulations to all the ministerial nominees by the President @officialABAT; very well deserved."

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Nigerians react as Festus Keyamo congratulates Tinubu’s ministerial nominees

Some Nigerians were shocked that Keyamo, who was the Chief Spokesperson of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council didn’t make Tinubu’s ministerial list.

A Twitter user, 'Tunde Adeparusi @Tunde_Adeparusi, wrote:

“Mr Fani-Kayode o make e ni?
"With all the barking and dirty fights on twitter? Ko daa oh!
“Man yen suffer now. Even at a point, he had to disown his Igbo children for APC to win. Ko daa o (E no good oh).

Obong of Ibadan @Obongetteh

“PEPT lawyer representing APC or Tinubu❌ They said you were not good enough the fear of dropping fakenews.
“Tinubu's ministerial list❌ They say you do not deserve it you are too damages even for Tinubu's standard.”

Emeodi Mba @EmodiMba

“Don't mind people laughing at you, as they're not aware that your name is on the second batch.

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“The incoming minister of podium reporter!”

Izuchukwu Sixtus @Izusixtus

"Justice for @fkeyamo, you literally fought dirty with people enough to be ur kids here, became a propagandist for them, but they just decided to pay you this way. That's not good my elder brother"

Obong of Ibadan @Obongetteh

"So you and @realFFK did not make the list who will now be minister of fakenews and minister of food"

The Unbroken @toideve

"Your name is missing! I had to put on my binoculars looking keenly for your name.

Sulaimon @adeshtech

"There is no way our honorable SAN is not on this list. Oh, may be BAT intended to make him a minister of state, but since he said it's illegal, Baba removed his name @Abu_Yaaseer

Chukwuemeka @real_onuoha

" just go through this baby steps of pain", your name de for second batch

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