Parties Forum Tells Tinubu Who To Appoint As Youth Minister 

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By; BASHIR BELLO,  Abuja

The Amalgamated Forum of Registered and Deregistered Political Parties in Nigeria has recommended Engr. Muhammed Auwal Ibrahim to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for appointment as Minister for Youth Development. 

This was contained in a statement signed by its Chairman, Barrister Mikaila Abubakar Danfulani on Monday  August 28,  2023 in Abuja.

According to the statement, “Engr. Ibrahim isn’t only experienced in  Information and communications technology, but also accomplished in marines and blue economy sector, down to politics.

“Engr. Auwal Ibrahim has been a very close partner to political gladiators worldwide, he is the founder and convener of TINUBU SHETTIMA GLOBAL SUPPORT GROUP. A vigorous campaign strategist, skilled in developmental relationship with all classes of humans. A vibrant and young entrepreneur. If given the chance, we believe that he will deliver to the aspiration of the Nigerian youth,”  they declared.

The statement added that,  “To balance the disposition of the youth representation in President Tinubu’s cabinet, since the minister of sports is from the South, it is wise to give North the minister of Youth.”

It further said the President needs to have an experienced youth to add impetus to his administration’s quest of taking the youth to an enviable level of development, adding that the vast working experience of Engr. Ibrahim, is an added advantage.

They also said that Engr. Ibrahim’s performances; corresponding with the International Oil Companies (I.O.C.), Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas (NLNG), Mobil Unlimited, Shell Petroleum Development Company, ELF, Eroton, Belema Oil, Newcross Production, Niger Delta Petroleum Resources (NDPR), amongst others are worthy mentioning.

The statement concluded thus that,  “The forum is recommending for consideration, by President Bola Ahmad Tinubu, to appoint Engr. Muhammed Auwal Ibrahim, into his cabinet as, Minister for Youth Development,”.

Recall that President Tinubu had sworn-in 45 out of 48 proposed ministerial slots, leaving out three pending.

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