Usman Bugaje:’Tinubu Made A Mistake When He Influenced The Emergence Of The Senate Principal Officers’

Usman Bugaje:'Tinubu Made A Mistake When He Influenced The Emergence Of The Senate Principal Officers'

Dr. Usman Bugaje, a former member of the House of Representatives, has claimed that President Bola Tinubu erred when he influenced the choice of Senate Principal officers and invited people with dubious histories. He voiced dissatisfaction about the nomination of someone with EFCC charges and a track record of subpar work in prior positions to lead the National Assembly.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

This decision, according to him, reflects poorly on the Presidency judgment and undermines the integrity of the legislative body. He further elaborated on his dissatisfaction with the ministers appointed by Tinubu, implying that many of them lack the necessary understanding and competence for their positions. Without naming specific ministers, he pointed out that some appointees are not performing effectively, and in some cases, have already exhibited corrupt behavior.

He said in an interview with Channels TV, ”Tinubu made a mistake when he influenced the emergence of the Senate Principal officers. He brought in people who ought not to be there in the National Assembly in the first place. This is somebody who has cases with EFCC. He has held positions here and there and look at the mess he made of it. And then you bring this person and say this is the head of the National Assembly.

Of course, I’m disappointed about that. I don’t want to mention names of the ministers who I believe are not working but the fact of the matter is that a lot of people whom he has appointed don’t seem to have an understanding of this position. Look at how a young lady in his cabinet started collecting money. When you look at the ministers, you ask the question of what have they been able to deliver. I’m hoping that in the next few days, we will like to hear if there is anything they have done that we can’t see.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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