APC Group Rejoices With New Ministers, Urges More Proactive Leadership

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) Youth Vanguard, has congratulated President Bola Tinubu’s newly sworn-in ministers and urged them to strive for more proactive leadership.


This is contained in a statement by the National Convener of the group, Mr Chibueze Oleka, in Owerri, on Monday.



The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that President Tinubu, on Monday, swore in 45 cabinet members.


Oleka, who congratulated Tinubu on the successful inauguration of his ministers, called on them to work towards the realisation of the President’s vision for a brighter and more prosperous future for Nigeria.


He noted that the selection of the ministers was a reflection of the President’s astute judgment and testament to his unwavering dedication to the development and progress of the country and urged the new ministers to uphold the tenets of hard-work and dedication to public service.


“The challenges ahead may be great, but I am confident that under the leadership of President Bola Tinubu and with your support, our nation is in capable hands.


“Your collective expertise and diverse backgrounds will undoubtedly bring a fresh and innovative approach to addressing the multifaceted issues confronting our nation.”


He, however, thanked Tinubu for fostering unity among diverse groups, bridging gaps and creating a sense of common purpose through inclusivity, transparency and accountability.


He also thanked the President for his commitment to youth empowerment and pledged the support of the youths for his administration.


“Our youth are ready to contribute their energy, creativity, and determination to the realization of your vision for Nigeria.


“Your administration’s commitment to empowering young people to be agents of change is truly inspiring, and we eagerly anticipate the positive impact that will result from this partnership.


“With the unyielding determination that has brought you this far, I am confident that your tenure will leave an indelible mark on the annals of Nigerian history,” Oleka said.




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