In a recent development, Shehu Sani, a former Senator, has expressed his disappointment with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s ministerial list. Sani, known for his outspoken nature, did not hold back in labeling the list as a significant letdown.
During a recent ARISE TV interview, a human rights activist voiced strong criticism regarding the inclusion of Nasir el-Rufai, the former governor of Kaduna State, in the ministerial list that was recently released to the Senate.
In a significant development, President Tinubu took a decisive step on Thursday by dispatching a total of 28 ministerial nominees to the Senate. This crucial move was executed through Femi Gbajabiamila, the Chief of Staff and former Speaker of the House of Representatives, who acted as the President’s emissary.
In a momentous session at the Senate, Senate President Godswill Akpabio took to the floor to announce the highly anticipated list of ministerial nominees. Among the notable names were four former governors, adding an intriguing twist to the proceedings.
In a recent development, Senator Shehu Sani has expressed his thoughts on the inclusion of El-Rufai in the list. According to the senator, it appears that Tinubu did not prioritize competence when making the selection. Sani went on to describe El-Rufai as a “tragedy.”
In a recent statement, Shehu Sani, a prominent figure, expressed his strong opinion on the nominations for Kaduna State. Sani did not mince his words as he referred to the nomination of Nasir El-Rufai as nothing short of a tragedy.
In a thought-provoking inquiry, Sani expressed his curiosity regarding the allocation of a significant role to an individual who, in light of their past actions and statements while in office, raises questions about their suitability to serve the nation.
In a bold statement, he asserted that now is not the opportune moment for President Tinubu to prioritize pleasing and appeasing former governors. Instead, he emphasized that it is imperative for the President to focus on appeasing Nigerians and enlisting capable individuals to effectively address the nation’s challenges.
In a statement filled with disappointment, Senator Sani expressed his dissatisfaction with the recently released list. He emphasized that over the course of the past eight years, Nigerians have endured hardships under the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). The senator urged the president to recognize that this is a crucial moment for him to demonstrate his competence and ability to guide Nigeria toward a brighter future.