Festus Keyamo Excluded from President Tinubu’s Ministerial Nominee List, Nigerians React

Festus Keyamo Excluded from President Tinubu’s Ministerial Nominee List, Nigerians React

…By for TDPel Media.

Former Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, found himself at the center of social media mockery when his name was conspicuously absent from the ministerial nominee list submitted by President Bola Tinubu to the Senate on Thursday morning.

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Despite the presentation of the list by the President’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila, within the constitutional deadline, Keyamo’s name did not make the cut.

Timely Presentation of the Ministerial Nominee List

As per the constitutional requirements set by the ninth Assembly, the Chief of Staff to President Tinubu, Femi Gbajabiamila, ensured the timely presentation of the ministerial nominee list to the Senate, well ahead of the President’s deadline.

Among the names on the list were notable figures like economist Olawale Edun, former governor Nyesom Wike, Adebayo Adelabu, Ali Pate, and El Rufai, among others.

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Attention Drawn to Festus Keyamo’s Exclusion

The notable absence of Festus Keyamo’s name from the ministerial nominee list immediately caught the attention of Nigerians on social media.

Speculation arose about whether his name might appear in a supplementary list, as the one presented by Senate President Godwill Akpabio was not exhaustive.

APC Chieftain Faces Online Mockery

With his omission from the initial list, Festus Keyamo faced online mockery and taunts from social media users.

The surprise of his exclusion fueled various reactions and discussions across digital platforms, with some expressing disappointment and others creating humorous memes and comments.

As Nigerians react to the unfolding scenario, the fate of Festus Keyamo’s potential inclusion in the ministerial cabinet remains uncertain until further updates or supplementary lists are released.

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The social media frenzy surrounding his exclusion reflects the keen interest and engagement of the public in the political processes and appointments in the country.

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