…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media.
Chief Ronald Ogunleye, a prominent member of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ondo state, has shed light on how President Bola Tinubu selects his ministers.
Ogunleye reveals that Tinubu follows the principles of equity, justice, and fair play when making these appointments.
Waiting for the President’s Announcement
The nation is eagerly awaiting President Tinubu’s announcement of his ministerial nominees.
This statement by Ogunleye comes amidst this anticipation, as Nigerians wonder how the appointments will unfold.
Patience in Judging Tinubu’s Appointments
Ogunleye urges the public not to judge Tinubu based solely on the appointments he has made thus far.
He emphasizes that the appointment process is ongoing and being conducted as the need arises.
Tinubu’s Commitment to Equity, Justice, and Fair Play
According to Ogunleye, Tinubu is a just and fair person, drawing from his personal experience as a former senator alongside Tinubu during the third republic.
Ogunleye attests to Tinubu’s extensive political experience and his belief in principles such as equity, justice, and fair play.
The Gradual and Need-Based Nature of Appointments
Ogunleye explains that the appointments made by Tinubu have been carried out gradually and based on specific needs.
He highlights the historical example of previous Republics, where different states received varying levels of appointments, demonstrating the ongoing process and the importance of not prematurely concluding that Ondo state has been excluded.
Sympathy for Governor Akeredolu’s Health
Expressing sympathy for the health of Ondo State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, Ogunleye wishes him a speedy recovery.
He reminds the public that governance is a continuum, as the governor has constitutionally transmitted power to his deputy, and the state legislative arm is functioning effectively.
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