Daniel Bwala, a prominent figure in the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), reportedly stated on Wednesday that he is committed to supporting President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration, even if it requires him to join the All Progressive Congress (APC). This information was obtained by PUNCH. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Bwala revealed this to State House media as the President was having private meetings at the Aso Rock Villa in Abuja.
He praised the President’s suspension of Dr Betta Edu, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, stating that some of Tinubu’s Ministers were purportedly reported to have committed offences, and instead of protecting them, Tinubu asked that the law take its course and suspend someone without wasting time.
Referring to Tuesday’s announcement of a 60% reduction in travel entourages for the Presidency and MDAs, Bwala said that there has been this protest that the government is swollen, and President Tinubu on Tuesday established a policy that lowered the cost of governance.
The PDP chieftain said the President told him that more cost-cutting initiatives are being implemented to minimise the expense of governance.
Bwala said, “I told him (Tinubu) today, I am committing to play my part to support your administration, and I have no apologies to anybody.
“APC is a party. President Bola Tinubu is my motivation; if supporting him will take me to APC, so be it.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>