Shehu Sani tells Tinubu: “You Can’t Appoint Outgoing Gov As Minister Because He Helped You Win the Election

Shehu Sani, a former federal lawmaker who served as a senator for over 20 years, has warned the incoming president of the country, Bola Tinubu, to refrain from appointing outgoing governors as ministers, merely because they claimed to have helped him win the last general elections.Continue Reading>>>

The former legislator argued in an interview with Arise News that Bola Tinubu would keep them in power for years, and they would do nothing. The president-elect has a lot to deal with when he takes office. A few of the key issues that need to be addressed by him are education, the economy, and other important aspects of the country’s economy.


In his view, Bola Tinubu would be making a mistake if he chose to reward outgoing governors with ministerial posts when experts ought to have been appointed instead.Continue Reading>>>

According to Shehu Sani, “the outgoing governors feel entitled since they worked for him to become president of this country and thus they deserve to be appointed.”. As a result of his actions, he will remain in power as prime minister for the next eight years without achieving anything. The first thing that he needs to do is prioritize what he needs to do, not put down twenty or thirty points on the agenda.

There are problems with the economy, he has to fix it, and there are problems with education, he has to address these. Economic issues require attention, education issues require attention, these are key challenges that he must address. Most importantly, we need to have electoral reform, so we know what happened during the election of 2023, so that we can plan accordingly.

I think that’ll help. The government of Ghana cannot appoint a minister who is outgoing simply because he claims that he was instrumental in helping you win election, as you can in every other area.

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