Those You Will Find In Tinubu’s Cabinet – Ex APC Presidential Aspirant
A former presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Nicolas Felix, has hinted at those that be appointed into the cabinet of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu.
Felix stated that the president-elect constitute his cabinet within two months upon taking the oath of office on May 29.
The APC chieftain noted while speaking in an interview on Arise Television on Tuesday that Tinubu, a former Lagos state governor makes sure to reward those who are loyal to him and those that work hard.
Tinubu was declared the winner of the 2023 presidential polls which took place on February 25, by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC on March 1. The former Lagos governor will be sworn in as the predecessor of President Muhammadu on May 29, despite court cases, the federal government has said.
He stated that Tinubu will go as far picking not only members of the ruling party but talented, experienced and capable people from all quarters into his cabinet.
He said, “Asiwaju is a man that rewards loyalty, he rewards hard work, there are also Nigerians out there who are not members of our party who are also talented and experienced and capable.
“He is going to also look beyond his APC and start picking those who are out there. But I am also very sure as he has stretched his hands of fellowship to say I want to build a government of national unity, If you are in PDP, If you are in Labour Party, you are in other parties, we are all Nigerians.
“When a president is elected, what is expected of every patriotic Nigerian is to join hands with the President to work together, except you are just here for your selfish interest. If you really want the growth of Nigeria, you want Nigeria to be better. Whatever you have to offer, you have to present yourself for service.
“He has already stretched his hands of fellowship. It is up to them to accept it and join him. I am sure he is not going to be running after people, he has already said come, let’s brainstorm. As many are willing to go to Asiwaju’s door, the President-elect for them to join hands together.
“So it is not totally up to him now. It is up to our opponent, those who are in other parties, to embrace him as he has already done. We are expecting that Asiwaju is going to have a great cabinet and his administration is going to cause things to work again,” he said.