- A list of prominent politicians who campaigned for President Bola Tinubu and are yet to get an appointment has emerged
- An APC member, Imran Muhammad, listed 31 states where prominent politicians who worked for Tinubu’s victory have not been compensated
- Notable names on the list include Babatunde Fashola, Kayode Fayemi, Ben Ayade and Femi Fani-Kayode
Mohammad said the politicians campaigned and worked for the emergence of President Bola Tinubu in the February 25 presidential election.
In a Twitter post via his handle @Imranmuhdz, he asked how President Tinubu would compensate the 31 politicians he mentioned.
“Some Prominent APC Members who contributed a lot during 2023 Election in they States, Who are yet to be rewarded. How President Tinubu compensate these People?”
Tinubu yet to appoint Fani-Kayode, Fayemi, Fashola, others
Notable names on the list are APC presidential aspirant Kayode Fayemi; director of the Election Planning and Monitoring Directorate of APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), Babatunde Fashola; former Cross River State Governor Ben Ayade, and Femi Fani-Kayode, among others.
Prominent Nigerians who missed out on Tinubu’s ministerial list
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu submitted 47 ministerial nominees to the Nigerian Senate for screening and confirmation in two batches.
Tinubu submitted the first batch of 28 ministerial nominees to the Senate on Thursday, July 27 and a supplementary list on Wednesday, August 2.
However, some prominent politicians missed the list of 47 ministerial nominees.
President Tinubu told what to do to make Wike, other ministers perform
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been told what to do to his newly appointed ministers if his “Renewed Hope” agenda for Nigerians must be fulfilled.
A former National Vice Chairman (North West) of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Salihu Mohammed Lukman, said President Tinubu must set clearly defined annual targets for his ministers.
Tinubu’s ministerial hopefuls shift focus to 2nd batch after missing out on 28-man list
Legit.ng also reported that after missing what is now called the first batch of ministerial nominations by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, hopeful politicians have now shifted their focus to the 2nd batch.
President Tinubu had, on Thursday, July 27, submitted 28 ministerial nominees to the Senate for screening and confirmation.