Former adviser to Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Daniel Bwala, has criticized President Bola Tinubu for creating a big government.
He charged Tinubu of assembling the biggest cabinet and most bloated administration in Nigerian history.
He emphasized that despite the size of his administration and the influence of human rights activists, the president has been unable to advance the nation.
Bwala wrote on X that Tinubu must endeavor to unite the country if the nation wants to advance.
He asserts that Tinubu’s appointments are motivated by nepotism.
Largest media aids to the point of superimposition of roles; @officialABAT arguably influenced the media careers of 60% of journalists in the country, 40% of human rights advocates, and CSO founders; heck, he even owns a TV house and a newspaper company; YET the optics aren’t good and the narrative can’t be changed, the author wrote.
“Can you tell me why? No leader can change a nation unless he actively works to bring people together and instill a feeling of belonging. The level of nepotism is extreme.