Revealed: 2 Powerful Speaker’s Aspirants Shun Tinubu’s Invitation
- President Bola Tinubu has met with senators-elect, Reps-elect, governors and leadership of the ruling APC ahead of 10th National Assembly inauguration
- Contestants in the 10th speakership races for the House of Representatives, including Yusuf Adamu Gagdi, Sada Soli, Muktar Betara, and Miriam Onuoha were present
- However, Deputy Speaker, Idris Wase and Aminu Sani Jaji, were conspicuously absent at the meeting despite being invited
Aso Rock, Abuja – Ahead of the inauguration of the 10th National Assembly, President Bola Tinubu has met with lawmakers-elect, governors and leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of June 10.
List of lawmakers that attended Tinubu’s meetings
Lawmakers in the speakership race were also in attendance, including Yusuf Adamu Gagdi, Sada Soli, Muktar Betara, and Miriam Onuoha were in attendance at the meeting.
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However, Ahmed Idris Wase, the outgoing deputy speaker of the house, and Aminu Sani Jaji, who were also in the race for the speakership of the 10th House of Reps, were conspicuouly absent despite the fact that invitations were sent to them.
At the meeting, it was learnt that the president appeal to the lawmakers to support candidates that the APC has endorsed for the positions of leadership in the Senate and the House of Reps.
What Tinubu told APC lawmakers, Governors and executive members
Tinubu reportedly spoke on the need of the APC lawmakers to secure victory for the party’s candidates in the leadership of the 10th assembly.
He then urged them to support and work for Akpabio, Barau, Abbas, and Kalu, adding that the candidates were endorsed by the APC in order to stabilize the country.
He noted that the success of his administration lies on the shoulder of the 10th National Assembly leadership.
“Candidate you hate most do wonders in your life”: Prophecy about Tinubu reveals
Legit.ng earlier reported that Prophet Joshua Iginla of the Champions Royal Assembly in Abuja has dismissed the claim that there would be war as Muhammadu Buhari handed over to Bola Tinubu.
The cleric in a video on his Youtube page urged fellow religious leaders to stop bringing dirt on the name of Jesus Christ with their false prophecies.
He added that the most hated candidate will perform wonders in the life and eye of his critics, though the beginning would be tough.