"I'll Assemble Competent Men, Women, Young People to Build Nigeria": Tinubu Assures in Powerful Message
- Nigerians have been assured that the cabinet of the next administration will be a select of individuals with competence and good character
- This assurance was handed to Nigerians by the president-elect Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress
- According to Tinubu, he will ensure that women and young people are well-represented among his cabinet members
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Bola Tinubu, Nigeria's president-elect has assured that he will assemble the best brains once he assumes office on May 29, 2023.
In a statement he signed personally, Tinubu said his cabinet members will consist of competent men, women and young people who will be committed to building the nation.
He also assured that the women in his cabinet will be prominent irrespective of their religion as character and competence will be the criteria for making it to his team of Federal Executive Council members.
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“I shall assemble competent men and women and young people from across Nigeria to build a safer, more prosperous, and just Nigeria.
"There shall be young people. Women shall be prominent. Whether your faith leads you to pray in a church or mosque will not determine your place in government. Character and competence will.
“To secure our nation and to make it prosperous must be our top priorities. We cannot sacrifice these goals to political expediencies. The whims of politics must take a backseat to the imperatives of governance."
"Believe in the Capacity of Those Who Voted For Me": Tinubu Tells Supporters of Opposition Parties, Candidates
Bola Tinubu had earlier called for support from all quarters ahead of his swearing-in as the president of Nigeria.
"Believe in the capacity of those who voted for me": Tinubu tells supporters of opposition parties, candidates
The president-elect made this call in a statement he personally signed and sent to Legit.ng on Thursday, March 16.
According to the president-elect, it is important for all including those who did not vote for him to trust the judgement of others who did and work with his administration.
“He Is the main enabler”, Labour Party reacts to Tinubu’s silence over attacks on Igbos in Lagos
The leadership of the Labour Party have expressed dissatisfaction over the treatment given to the Igbos in Lagos state.
In a fresh statement, the LP's Chief Spokesperson, Yunusa Tanko lamented over President-elect Bola Tinubu's silence on the development.
Tanko, however, maintained that with such an attitude of Tinubu, it, therefore, means the former governor of Lagos state is the "main enabler".