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Some ministers not good enough, senator tells Tinubu

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Jimoh Ibrahim, senator representing Ondo south, has asked President Bola Tinubu to dissolve his cabinet adding that some of them are not good enough. 

The senator said many ministers are not in the “grade A” list during an interview with Channels Tv. 

He said Tinubu has a “very fantastic” strategy but there is no structure and system to give fillip to the strategy.

“You have to dissolve the cabinet and come up with knowledgeable people. The cabinet is too cold and the efforts are not seen,” Ibrahim said.

Some of them that have been accused of corruption should be dropped immediately.

“If you fail to do that, you will be carrying their burden with you and that will be terrible for our country.

“I can’t see so many of the ministers in the first grade of the box. A lot of them are in the B, C grades.”

Speaking further, Ibrahim, a governorship aspirant in Ondo, said the All Progressives Congress (APC) did not follow its guidelines in the conduct of the Ondo governorship primary.

The senator said ballot papers were not printed for the primary election, adding that the Usman Ododo-led committee changed the collation venue without informing contestants.

“Under the APC guidelines issued to us, copies of which I obtained from INEC, it said open secret ballot but no single ballot paper was printed. How do you now vote?” Ibrahim queried.

“Under the guidelines of our party, they said that when you finish accreditation, you go to vote. After voting, the blue ink will be marked on your right thumb finger but we didn’t have any ballot paper, how do you come by blue ink?”

Lucky Aiyedatiwa, Ondo state governor, was declared winner of the APC governorship primary.

 

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