Jagaban Commends President Tinubu’s Vote Of Confidence On Gbajabiamila As A Morale Booster

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Oct 30, 2023

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House of Representative member Representing Ibadan North Federal constituency, Hon. Olaide Akinremi Jagaban, has described the vote of confidence passed on the chief of Staff to the President, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila as a morale booster to spur him to do more for the country.

Jagaban while addressing some selected journalists in Abuja on Monday, said the appointment of Gbajabiamila as Chief of Staff was well thought out by the President; he wondered why some unscrupulous elements are hell-bent on causing unnecessary issues that do not exist.

“Those of us who worked closely with the former Speaker of the House of Representatives in his prior years at the National Assembly know him to be steadfast, maintaining his integrity without compromise.
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The propaganda and negative rumors going around in some newspapers are disheartening to those of us who know him for an unblemished record for the past 20 years in the House of Reps. We know that these rumors are being sponsored by some element that never wishes the Government well; they are not comfortable with some decisions of the President that are against their interests, so they thought blackmailing the Chief of Staff would give them a way in, which have all but been squashed by the statement of Mr. President today. Our President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is a man of wisdom who will not compromise the Goodwill of the nation, irrespective of the closeness of anyone to him.”
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Jagaban advised the group of people or individuals planning any form of protest to better channel their energy to something more meaningful; he said the evil machinations of Government enemies have been exposed and can never resurrect again.

The media has been awash with the plan by the President to sack his Chief of Staff, but on Monday at the Federal Executive Council, the President said, “First of all, let me reiterate to all of you that I’ve heard the stories flying around. Mistakes will be made, and perfection is only for God Almighty. I have 100% confidence in the integrity of my chief of staff, RT Hon. Femi Gbajabiamilla. All campaigns of calumny against him must stop. If I make mistakes, I’m ready to own up to it.”
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Jagaban described the President’s statement as a 6-inch nail in the political propagandist’s coffin.

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