BREAKING NEWS: South East APC Young Progressives Forum Urges President Tinubu To Appoint Additional Ministers From The Zone

A group known as the South East APC Young Progressives Forum has issued an appeal to President Bola Tinubu, requesting that he consider appointing additional ministerial positions from the Southeast geopolitical zone. The group specifically called for the allocation of at least two additional ministerial slots to the zone….CONTINUE READING HERE

During a press conference held on Monday, September 25, in Awka, the national convener of the group, Pascal Candle, emphasized the necessity of this request to address the evident imbalance in the ministerial roster.

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Candle stated: “In light of the recent ministerial nominations from other regions, we believe it is imperative to bring this significant disparity to Mr. President’s attention. We kindly urge the appointment of at least two more ministers from the Southeast.”

Acknowledging the President’s inclusion of young professionals in his government, the group argued that the Southeast possesses a reservoir of highly qualified young experts capable of assuming leadership roles, particularly in the Ministry of Youth Development. This, they assert, would help maintain balance and promote equity.

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The group further elaborated: “With the nomination of Ministers of Youth Development from Kwara and Ondo States, the Southeast, comprising five states, stands as the sole region among the six without any additional ministerial representation. Currently, we only have five ministers, leaving our zone unrepresented.”

The South East APC Young Progressives Forum expressed their optimism and sincere hope that President Tinubu would consider their plea for an additional ministerial appointment from the South East.

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This, they believe, would provide a stronger sense of belonging to the Progressives in the region and, more significantly, invigorate the Ministry of Youths…..CONTINUE READING HERE