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Osun Ex-governorship Candidate, Adeoti Commends Tinubu’s Ministerial List



The former candidate of 2014 Osun governorship election, Ibrahim Adeoti has said that the twenty- eight minister nominees by President Bola Tinubu are competent for the post .

It will be recalled that President Tinubu on Thursday through his chief of staff, Femi Gbajabiamila transmitted a list of 28 nominees to the Senate for screening and consideration as ministers into his cabinet.

The list with the following names: Abubakar Momoh, Ambassador Yusuf Miatama Tukur CON, Arch. Ahmed Dangiwa, Barr. Hannatu Musawa, Chief Uche Nnaji, Dr. Berta Edu, Dr. Dorris Aniche Uzoka, H.E. David Umahi, H.E. Nyesom Wike.

H.E. Badaru Abubakar CON, H.E. Nasiru Ahmed Elrufai, Rt. Hon. Ekperipe Ekpo, Hon. Nkiru Onyeojiocha, Hon. Olubunmi Tunji Ojo, Hon. Stella Okotette, Hon. Uju Kennedy Ohaneye, Mr. Bello Muhammad G., Mr. Dele Alake,

Mr. Lateef Fagbemi SAN, Mr. Muhammad Idris , Mr. Olawale Edun and others, was delivered by the President’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila to the President of the Senate, God’s will Akpabio, at Thursday’s Plenary

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Commenting on this on Rave FM Osogbo on Friday , Ibrahim said the nominees are competent based on their work experiences and education

He however stated that, he believed that if all the nominees are deployed into their area of speciality, they should be okay.

“Honestly, if you go through the qualifications of all the twenty- eight they look good, good education, work experiences, that is the truth.

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“They have very good experiences so, the antecedent is there, you need both I think that was the mistake a lot of Nigerians made in 2014 when we picked Buhari.

“He has all the experiences we can think of, what am just saying is without sufficient education you cannot be able to figure out what to do with your experience when it comes to governance of a big and complex country like Nigeria.

“You cannot be able to understand the content of the twenty- first century, technology at the global village the complexities of inter- governmental work it is too complex for somebody who doesn’t have a prerequisite education .

“When I looked through the CVs of the twenty- eight nominees, as they stood individually, I do belief if they are deployed to their areas of speciality they should be okay not just on paper as going to school but based on the work experienced that they have gathered in the past.”

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