APC Stalwart, Kikelomo Ikuomola applauds Tinubu on the choice of Baba-Ahmed as Special Adviser, Political Matters

Positive reactions have continued to trail the appointment of Hakeem Baba-Ahmed as the Special Adviser on Political Matters, Vice President Office by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Hakeem Baba- Ahmed, who until his appointment, the spokesman of the Northern Elders Forum, is the senior brother to the Vice Presidential candidate of the labour party, Yussuf Datti Baba-Ahmed in the last general elections.

Reacting to his appointment, a prominent member of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Kikelomo Ikuomola said Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has broke new grounds by not being sentimental in the choice of his cabinet but taking precautions on competent hands that can help rebuild Nigeria.


She likened President Tinubu’s pragmatic, bridge building and productive leadership styles to that of the likes of past leaders such as the late sage, Obafemi Awolowo, Late MKO Abiola, Tafawa Balewa, Nnamdi Azikiwe among other notable leaders

“It is now glaring that Asiwaju is not biased. He picks the best hands and brings them on board irregardless of tribe, party, or religious affiliation.
I see a NEW NIGERIA, where we will not be divided, and nepotism will have been put aside, ” She said.

Congratulating the S.A. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, Ikuomola said, “Going by President Tinubu’s model of governance, there will be little or nothing left as opposition in 2027.

Meanwhile, confirming the appointment on his social media handle, the NEF stalwart appreciated the president for giving him the opportunity to serve.

“It is time to make it public that I have accepted the call to serve as Special Adviser (Political) to the VP, Kashim Shettima, this is not the time for fence-sitting or criticism when you can be useful in turning the country around. I am honoured and humbled. Please pray for me and Nigeria, he wrote.

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