“I hope the illegal Ministers of state will not parade themselves as former Ministers” – Oseni Rufai

In a controversial tweet posted yesterday, prominent political commentator Oseni Rufai took aim at former Ministers of State, urging them not to falsely present themselves as former ministers.  Continue Reading>>>

The tweet, which quickly gained traction on social media, accused the former ministers of illegitimacy by highlighting their recent claims that holding the position of Minister of State was unconstitutional.

Oseni Rufai’s tweet read, “I hope the illegal Ministers of State will not parade themselves as former Ministers. Since they now claim it is unconstitutional to be Minister of State.” Continue Reading>>>

This statement immediately sparked a heated debate among social media users, politicians, and legal experts, with many voicing their opinions on the matter.

Oseni Rufai’s tweet appears to be a direct response to these claims, suggesting that former Ministers of State should not attempt to retroactively disassociate themselves from their previous roles.

His remarks have drawn both support and criticism, with some praising his stance on the matter and others accusing him of fueling further controversy.

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