Ijaw Youths tell new ministers to prioritize delivery of good governance

The socio-political support group, Ijaw Youths for Bola Ahmed Tinubu (Ijaw Youths for BAT), has conveyed its congratulations to the newly appointed 45 Ministers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on their inauguration by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The group, represented by its national coordinator, Comr. Daniel Ezonfade Okiringo, and national secretary, Comr. Promise D. Emmanuel, commended the ministers’ track records of performance in their previous roles, expressing confidence in their competence.

The support group expressed its belief that the newly sworn-in ministers and members of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) are well-suited for their respective roles and can contribute positively to the peace, well-being, and development of the country, aligning with President Tinubu’s “Renewed Hope” agenda.

Challenging the new ministers to deliver on the high expectations of the people and the party, the group urged them to bring innovative ideas and dedication to their ministries, driving the nation forward in unity, justice, development, and prosperity for all citizens.

The Ijaw Youths for BAT thanked President Tinubu for assembling a team of competent and patriotic individuals to serve in his government. They also expressed gratitude to their patrons, including Alhaji Mujahid Asari Dokubo and other notable figures, for their support of the Tinubu Vision and their commitment to mobilizing Ijaws to support President Bola Tinubu.

The group implored the newly appointed ministers to focus on executing projects and programs that would benefit the Niger Delta region and the entire nation, particularly the communities in Bayelsa, Delta, Rivers, Edo, Akwa Ibom, and other areas.

Lastly, the Ijaw Youths for BAT extended their support and willingness to collaborate with the ministers, emphasizing their commitment as dedicated party members who contributed to President Tinubu’s victory. They expressed readiness to work together in any capacity to contribute to the progress of the nation.

Edited By Damilola Adeleke

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