10th Assembly Leadership: Ethnicity, Tribalism And religion shouldn’t override competency, loyalty and reward system, TSA Director-General appeal to APC NWC


Mar 11, 2023

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….Says 10th Assembly Leadership shouldn’t be leaders that’ll frustrate the ‘Renewed Hope’.

The Director-General of Tinubu-Shettima Ambassadors (TSA), Prince Oyelude Oladele has, said ethnicity, tribalism and religion shouldn’t override competency, loyalty and reward system in the zoning of the 10th assembly leadership.

In his press release, Prince Oyelude Oladele opined that leadership of the 10th Assembly shouldn’t be leaders that’ll frustrate the ‘Renewed Hope’ for better Nigeria as conceived by the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and the Vice President-elect, Senator Kashim Shettima.

According to him, “the leadership of the 8th Assembly led by Senator Bukola Saraki and Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara which almost truncated President Muhammadu Buhari led government should be a case study for every APC National Working Committee and APC leaders accross the country.

“Zoning of National Assembly principal officer positions shouldn’t be subjected to ethnicity, tribalism and religion but competency, capacity, loyalty and reward of commitment.

The Director-General also appeal to the APC National Working Committee to base their zoning on merit and not to listen to any agitation of marginalisation, religionization or regionalization which may be sponsored by anybody within or outside the APC.

“Sponsored protest mainly on ethnicity, regional or religion marginalisation is inevitable but competency, capability, loyalty and reward for good works should swallow such agitations.

“Dishing out political positions based on faiths or regions can’t guarantee unity of the nation or acceptance by any tribes, ethnic groups or religion.

“As the Senate President of Nigeria, Distinguished Sen. Ahmed Lawan performed very well in his North East region but the citizens from the region didn’t consider the position of the Senate President they occupied and what they’ve benefited through Sen. Ahmed Lawan but rather voted for the People Democratic Party, PDP during the last presidential election except Borno State where the Vice President-elect came from.

“As I rejoice with all the APC National Working Committee for a job well done that lead to the victory of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Distinguished Senator Kashim Shettima, I must encourage all the NWC and APC leaders across the country on victory management by ensuring that the 10th Assembly has a genuine progressive leadership devoid of religion, tribalism or regional sentiments to paddle the progressive canoe of ‘Renewed Hope’ with the President-elect and the Vice President-elect successfully for a better Nigeria.

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