Lobbyists Warned Against Disrupting President-Elect’s Agenda
Lobbyists seeking political positions have been told to stop disturbing the president-elect, Bola Tinubu.
Talkglitz Media Report that the caution was given by a group of Tinubu’s supporters identified as Disciples of Justice.
This is as the group called on politicians to allow the president-elect to make the right decisions with the right choices in a bid to rescue Nigeria and Nigerians from the current challenges they are facing in the country.
According to the group’s National Coordinator, Abdulhakeem Adegoke Alawuje, lobbying is an undisputable democratic practice, but intense lobbying could force the leaders into considering favoritism and abandon competence which in turn encourages eye service from the appointees.
Alawuje, as gathered from Daily Trust, therefore appealed to politicians to consider national interest above personal interest by allowing the president-elect and the vice president-elect to compose a team of competent personnel that would deliver on their campaign promises.
He asserted that it was a similar incident that happened in 2015 when President Muhammad Buhari came to office for his first term.
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