…By Enitan Thompson for TDPel Media.
Daniel Bwala, the spokesperson for the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organization, has claimed that a certain minister is attempting to ambush President-elect Bola Tinubu by seeking a substantive ministerial role.
Bwala made these assertions through a tweet on his official Twitter handle, suggesting that the minister is using the argument that the appointment of Ministers of State is unconstitutional to pressure Tinubu.
Minister’s Quest for Important Role:
According to Bwala, the particular minister is actively seeking a significant ministerial role and had aspirations for the position of Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF).
However, the minister was ultimately appointed as a Minister of State for Labour.
Bwala’s tweet implies that the minister’s dissatisfaction with the assigned role is driving their attempt to gain a more substantial position.
Desperation and Scheming:
Bwala further expresses his opinion that the minister’s actions stem from a sense of desperation and a desire to manipulate the situation.
He suggests that such tactics can hinder opportunities and emphasize the potential negative consequences of pursuing ambitions through calculated schemes.
The spokesperson for the Atiku Abubakar Presidential Campaign Organization, Daniel Bwala, has made allegations regarding a minister’s attempt to ambush President-elect Bola Tinubu for a substantive ministerial role.
Bwala’s tweet implies that the minister’s dissatisfaction with their assigned position has led them to argue against the constitutionality of being appointed as a Minister of State.
The tweet also highlights the potential negative effects of desperation and scheming in the pursuit of personal ambitions.