Daniel Bwala, an aide to the 2023 Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has advised President Bola Tinubu ahead of the announcement of his cabinet.
Bwala said if former governors constitute more than 10 per cent of Tinubu’s cabinet, then he has no plans for Nigeria.
According to him, most of the governors had failed while in office, hence Tinubu should encourage new faces.
He said moving Nigeria forward will require fresh ideas.
He wrote: “If the names of former governors in his cabinet constitute more than 10 percent of the whole, then we would know he doesn’t have plans for Nigeria.
“Firstly, 90 percent of former governors in Nigeria have failed in governing their states where they commanded absolute powers.
“Some former governors have even gone on to fail as ministers in the past administration.
“When he sits in his cabinet meeting, there shouldn’t be old faces of the past administration in the room.
“He has more than enough manpower if he seriously wants to move this nation forward for at least 6 months remaining.”