Tinubu maintains that performance will be impacted by reducing the cabinet


President Bola Tinubu defends his decision to appoint 47 ministers, emphasizing that the diverse roles are essential for an efficient government.

He expresses skepticism about reducing the cabinet, stating that it may not guarantee improved performance.

Tinubu urges the Christian Association of Nigeria to promote tolerance and hope, cautioning against actions that could harm the country irreparably.

Emphasizing the crucial role of faith leaders in fostering unity and peace, Tinubu commits to addressing corruption and vices to pave the way for the prosperity of all Nigerians.

He warns against combining too many ministries, emphasizing the need for manageable challenges to ensure efficiency.

Acknowledging criticisms over the cabinet’s size, Tinubu contrasts his approach with past presidents, justifying the larger cabinet as necessary for mobilizing efficient and resourceful individuals.

He calls for support from Christian leaders in the fight against corruption, advocating for a change in mindset regarding money-related matters.

In a meeting with the Christian Association of Nigeria, Tinubu encourages dialogue, expressing openness to feedback and commitment to fairness.

He emphasizes the need for input from the clergy and promises to maintain an open-door policy.

In response, the CAN President, Daniel Okoh, commends Tinubu’s leadership, expressing support and partnership in nation-building.

Okoh appreciates Tinubu’s listening leadership style and assures the association’s readiness to collaborate in addressing the challenges facing Nigeria.



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