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Group defends Tinubu’s appointments, says President is fair to all


According to a pro-democracy group, the recent appointments made by President Bola Tinubu are justified. They argue that it would be challenging for any single tribe to have control over the thousands of positions in federal government institutions.


In recent weeks, there has been a lot of discussion on social media and online platforms regarding concerns about nepotism and favoritism in the current administration's political appointments.


The recent appointments made by President Bola Tinubu have been defended by a pro-democracy group. They argue that it would be nearly impossible for a single tribe to dominate over 6,000 positions in federal government institutions. Concerns of nepotism and favoritism have been circulating on social media, but some organizations believe that these appointments are not driven by an ethnic bias.


But The Natives have a different perspective, emphasizing that the president has been impartial in his appointments. They believe he is committed to going above and beyond to fulfill the "Renewed Hope" he promised Nigerians.


In a statement from Abuja, the group's Coordinator, Smart Edwards, shared that Tinubu and Vice President Kashim Shettima have achieved remarkable accomplishments in their first 100 days in office, making every Nigerian proud.


He said, “There is no such thing as Yorubanization. It is not like anything in the past. It’s a government of competence, excellence, and balance. No one tribe, region, or religion can truly fill over 6,000 vacant appointments. All that is needed in this era is hope, renewed hope.

"We believe in the inclusion of all regions, religions, tribes, and communities in governance. President Tinubu's appointments reflect his commitment to competence and fairness across various sectors, including paramilitary, security agencies, and economic and strategic political offices. It's a powerful statement."


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