Shehu Sani Reacts to Speculated Ministerial List Linked to President Tinubu

Shehu Sani Reacts to Speculated Ministerial List Linked to President Tinubu

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. Former Senator Shehu Sani, who previously represented Kaduna Central, has shared his thoughts on the circulating ministerial list attributed to President Bola Tinubu.


Recent reports had linked some former governors and notable individuals to the supposed list, although the presidency had clarified that the official ministerial list was not yet ready.

Sani’s Response:

Taking to Twitter on Saturday, Shehu Sani expressed his opinion on the matter, suggesting that the ministerial list associated with President Tinubu might be either a fabrication or a glimpse into the future.

He highlighted that the list included several former state governors and prominent figures, thereby raising doubts about its authenticity.


Awaiting the Official Announcement:

In the midst of the speculations, Dele Alake, the Presidential adviser on special duties, communications, and strategy, addressed the rumors surrounding the release of the ministerial nominees’ list.

Alake dismissed the reports as baseless fabrications, emphasizing that no such list had been forwarded to the Senate for consideration.

He further stated that President Bola Tinubu would disclose the names of the ministerial nominees at his discretion, asserting that the decision solely rested with the President due to the nature of the executive presidency.

Executive Presidency and Cabinet Formation:

Alake reiterated that Nigeria operates under an executive presidency rather than a parliamentary system.

As a result, President Tinubu has the ultimate authority to determine the appropriate time for revealing the cabinet list to the public.


This reinforces the notion that any circulating list attributed to President Tinubu at this stage should be treated with caution until an official announcement is made.

In summary, Shehu Sani has responded to the purported ministerial list associated with President Bola Tinubu, suggesting that it could either be false or provide insight into the future.

Meanwhile, the Presidential adviser has dismissed the speculations and clarified that the President will disclose the official ministerial nominees when he deems it suitable.


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