Dear sir! Your Excellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu,
I hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. I am writing to address a concerning matter, specifically, your approach regarding the ministerial list. As an avid and a concern citizen of Nigeria and also a follower of Nigerian politics, I have noticed some similarities between your approach and that of your predecessor.
Firstly, I would like to commend you for the positive policies and reforms that have been implemented under your leadership so far. Your commitment to the progress and development of our great nation has been evident, and it is commendable. I appreciate your efforts in keeping our policies on track and focusing on issues that matter to the Nigerian people.
However, I cannot help but express my concerns about the ministerial list and the potential implications it may have for our country. It is crucial to learn from the mistakes of the past and avoid repeating them, as they only serve to hinder progress and impede the growth of our nation. I implore you to consider this matter with utmost caution and prudence.
Our great nation requires capable and competent individuals who will put the interests of the people first. It is vital to select ministers based on merit, expertise, and a genuine commitment to serving the Nigerian people. Political affiliations and personal interests should take a backseat to ensuring the best possible team is assembled to address the various challenges facing our nation.
I understand that political considerations are often a reality in the formation of any government. However, it is essential to strike a balance between political interests and the long-term welfare of our nation. It is my hope that you will prioritize the latter, and avoid falling into the trap of sacrificing the welfare of the people for short-term political gains.
As a mentor to many politicians and the number one citizen of the country , I believe you have the power to set a precedent and lead by example. Your decisions in forming the ministerial list will serve as a reflection of your commitment to a better Nigeria. Let us not forget that the success of our nation lies in the hands of capable and dedicated individuals who are willing to put the country before personal ambitions.
I urge you, Your Excellency, to approach the ministerial list with caution, wisdom, and a genuine desire to serve the Nigerian people. By selecting capable individuals who prioritize the interests of the nation, you will ensure that our great country continues to progress on the right track. Let us not repeat the mistakes of the past but forge a brighter future for Nigeria.
Thank you for your attention to this matter, and I wish you the best in your endeavors for the betterment of our beloved country.
Kassim Muhammad ibrahim(DBA,SRF)